"Lockdown after April 16 can be extended, because we can not predict the situation with the morbidity. But we hope that these three weeks of quarantine on April 16 will start giving results, and we will have a positive trend in mid-April, break the morbidity chain and we will be able to consider easing the restrictions," he said.
Earlier, it was reported that Kyiv imposed a strict lockdown on April 5.
All public transport – both ground and metro – will operate on special passenger passes. That is, exclusively for the transportation of workers of critical infrastructure enterprises. From April 5, the capital closes all schools and kindergartens.