Kyiv imposes tougher lockdown restrictions from March 5

Source : 112 Ukraine

Such restrictions will be in effect until at least April 16
16:01, 31 March 2021

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Stricter lockdown is introduced in the capital. From Monday, April 5, kindergartens and schools will be closed, transport will operate in the mode of special transportation. This was announced by Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko.

"Kyiv is introducing stricter restrictions. We have no other choice. Otherwise, there will be hundreds of deaths every day," Klitschko said.

So, from Monday, April 5, the capital closes all schools and kindergartens.

Related: Quarantine restrictions in Kyiv may be boosted, halt of public transport traffic possible, - official

All public transport, both ground and metro, will operate on special passenger passes. It means that exclusively for the transportation of workers of critical infrastructure enterprises.

Catering establishments will be able to work only for take-out or delivery. As, in fact, they should operate from March 20

The heads of institutions and enterprises should send employees to remote work, and whoever may be given leave.

Kyiv will also stop food trade fairs from April 1.

Such restrictions will be in effect until at least April 16. 

Meanwhile, the enhanced quarantine extended in Lviv until April 12 due to the sharp increase of the number of infected and hospitalizations.

Related: More than half of Ukraine's regions may enter "red" quarantine zone already next week, - KSE

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