Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsia) has indicated its readiness to resume full-fledged passenger service in August. This was stated by Acting Chairman of Ukrzaliznytsia’s Board Ivan Yuryk, the company's press service reports.
"Currently, the lockdown in Ukraine has been extended until July 31. We hope that the number of coronavirus diseases will go on recession in August - and we will be able to restore a full-fledged railway connection with all regions in August," Yuryk said.
The head of Ukrzaliznytsia also called on passengers to adhere to sanitary norms when traveling by rail and staying at stations.
Trains currently have a limit on the number of passengers within 50% of the number of seats. Passengers and railway workers are also obliged to utilize means of personal protection.
As we reported earlier, Estonia's Ministry of Economy has banned Wizz Air from conducting flights between Tallinn and Kyiv.
It is known that the airline performed the last flight from Kyiv to Estonia on July 6, and from Lviv and Kharkiv - on July 4.