Additional quarantine restrictions will take effect in Kharkiv on April 10. In particular, the work of cafes will be limited and high school students will be transferred to distance learning. This was stated by Acting Mayor of Kharkiv Ihor Terekhov on the air of the Ukraine 24 TV channel.
“Understanding the current situation, we will introduce stricter quarantine measures from Saturday,” Terekhov said.
All restaurants, bars and cafes, non-food shops, beauty salons, sports and cultural institutions, including cinemas, will be open until 8 p.m. In food and non-food markets, control over observance of the mask regime and social distance will be tightened.
Kindergartens and primary school (1-4 grades) will work as usual, high school students will study remotely.
Public transport, including metro, will operate as usual.
As we reported earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said that there is no need to introduce a total lockdown throughout the country at the moment.
"In some regions, after the introduction of the 'red' level of epidemiological danger and the responsible work of local authorities, there is a stabilization of the situation with the spread of coronavirus," Shmyhal said.