Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers weakened the lockdown measures a little more. This time, they have will affect visitors of cafes and restaurants, as well as those who just want to walk on the streets. Not more than four people can now sit at one table at café’s summer terrace. Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Honcharenko reported this.
“It was allowed four people instead of two to sit on the summer terraces of restaurants and cafes, without counting children under 14 years old,” Honcharenko wrote.
The MP also added that groups of up to eight people are now allowed to walk in the streets.
Ukrainians were allowed to visit parks and squares, as well as children's and sports fields on the street. The work of dentists, beauty salons and hairdressers is allowed, the activities of notaries, lawyers, psychologists are being restored. Also, summer areas of cafes and shops in the mall can work.