Ministry of Health of Ukraine plans to submit epidemiological safety rules by the end of this week amid the upcoming resumption of domestic air traffic. This was announced by Healthcare Minister Maksym Stepanov during an online briefing.
"We are currently developing rules, taking into account the European experience and requirements that will be imposed by our European partners or other countries which have already been opened international air services," the minister said.
Stepanov also said that the rules were being developed by those specialists with whom the Ministry of Health had been cooperating since the beginning of the epidemic.
"This week we will formulate clear rules based on international experience and requirements," he said.
As we reported earlier, as of the morning of June 4, 25,411 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Ukraine.
747 (+12) fatal cases have been reported since the beginning of the pandemic and 11,042 (+702) patients have recovered.
588 new cases have been registered over the last 24 hours.