The capital of Ukraine can be included in the "red" quarantine zone in five days. This was announced by the first deputy chairman of the Kyiv City State Administration Mykola Povoroznyk, RBC-Ukraine reports.
"Yesterday we had 44 deaths from coronavirus in the city and more than 1,300 new cases, and this morning 65% of oxygen beds in hospitals have been exceeded. This indicates that within five days - Kyiv will be in the "red" zone," Povoroznyk said.
According to him, the City Emergency Situations Commission has already approved the order of restrictions in the capital, when it will be in the "red" zone.
At the same time, Povoroznyk noted that when the quarantine restrictions are tightened in Kyiv, transport will work as usual, but not everyone will be able to use it.
"Only people who have a vaccination or a fresh PCR test or antigen will be able to use the transport," he said.
As we reported, seven more regions of Ukraine may fall into the "red" quarantine zone soon.