Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko called on Ukrainians to stay at home for the Easter holidays and recommended church leaders hold services online. He said this during a briefing.
According to him, believers must comply with all quarantine restrictions, including wearing a mask and keeping a social distance if they still come to church. At the same time, the temple should provide disinfection and ventilation of the premises and limit the number of visitors to the rate of ne person per 10 square meters. And third, the church leadership must provide temperature screening of the faithful.
"We are also waiting for a conscious and considered decision by the Council of Churches, which met today for a common decision by all denominations on how to worship and how to consecrate Easter baskets. I believe that the church should take care of the health of its faithful and not endanger them," Klitschko said.
At the same time, Klitschko urged Ukrainians to spend holidays in a family circle and not to gather in large companies, and not to go to crowded places so as not to endanger themselves and others.
As it was reported earlier, In Ukraine, quarantine restrictions and the state of emergency can be extended after June 30.