Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated that the government will abolish first quarantine measures from May 11 as 112 Ukraine TV channel reported.
“The first restriction will be abolished since May 11. It is important that we imposed lockdown in time. But it is equally important to lift the restrictions right and safely. That is why, until May 11, the business should be ready to work in new conditions,” Shmygal said.
As we reported, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers intends to extend the lockdown in Ukraine until May 22. However, some easing is expected. So, that is what should be expected to start from May 11: the opening of parks, squares, recreation areas, beauty salons, summer venues of food establishments, libraries, museums.
As of May 6, the overall number of Covid-19 patients in Ukraine made 13,184. On May 5, 487 new cases were observed. 327 lethal cases have been observed since the epidemic reached Ukraine. 2,097 patients recovered.