Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has canceled the obligatory observation or self-isolation for residents of occupied Donbas and Crimea. Those who provide a negative test for coronavirus will be allowed to pass without the need to stay in insolation.
Lifting of restrictions also concerns high school graduates from these territories.
Maksym Stepanov, the Healthcare Minister of Ukraine said so as quoted by RBC-Ukraine.
The government also decided that local centers of administrative services will be able to choose the time to open and get back to work on their own.
As is known, on June 10, the passage through checkpoints in Donbas was partially resumed. However, Russian mercenaries have been blocking the passage on their side. Ukraine's State Border Guard reported that those who got back to Ukraine and those who arrived from the temporarily occupied areas are obliged to undergo 14-days-long quarantine. The alternative option would be a self-isolation with the use of a digital app called Diy Vdoma (Act at Home).