The Ukrainian government is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, April 29.
"This was made possible by the Healthcare Ministry and the Economy Ministry: they developed clear work criteria and a control algorithm. It is about opening more than 280 food markets throughout Ukraine that will be able to operate in compliance with strict sanitary standards," Shmygal wrote.
The list of markets may be expanded if they can provide the right working conditions.
As we reported earlier, according to Ukraine's Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Krykliy, the transport connection may already be reopened on May 12.
"This is all about bus and rail transportations. But a number of things depend on what rates of the virus we will have until May 12," the statement said.
If the situation in Ukraine improves with respect to the coronavirus, on May 11, the government will be able to decide on the opening of parks, squares and institutions for the sale of non-food goods.