If everything goes according to the plan, Ukrainian citizens will soon be able to travel to other countries, but they will be obliged to stay in self-isolation for 14 days after returning to Ukraine. This was announced by Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov at a briefing that was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"When a person returns to the country, today, according to the established norms, he has to isolate himself, having Diya application installed, and stay in self-isolation for 14 days," Stepanov said.
As we reported earlier, on May 22, Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers prolonged the lockdown until June 22 and introduced the second stage of its easing.
Meanwhile, Ukraine is working on the restoration of air connection with other countries. The relevant procedures were agreed during the meeting of Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister Vasyl Bodnar with Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Ukraine Yagmur Ahmet Guldere.
"As a result of the meeting, the parties reached an agreement to initiate procedures related to the restoration of air connection between Ukraine and Turkey," the statement said.