Thus, the red zone included such big cities as Ivano-Frankivsk, Kalush and Kolomyia in Ivano-Frankivsk region; Belyaivka and Izmail in Odesa region; Dubno, Ostroh cities in Rivne region; Berezhany and Chortkiv cities in Ternopil region; Chernivtsi city and Vyzhnytsia in Chernivtsi region.
The orange zone included such cities as Lutsk and Volodymyr-Volynsky; Korosten in Lutsk region; Uzhhorod, Mukachevo and Chop in Zakarpattia region; Bolekhiv, Burshtyn and Yaremche in Ivano-Frankivsk region; Berezan and Kyiv-Svyatoshyn area of Kyiv region; Lviv, Morshyn and Sambor in Lviv region; Chornomorsk in Odesa region; Varash in Rivne region; Sumy; Ternopil; Kharkiv and Novodnistrovsk in Chernivtsi region.
The yellow zone included such cities as Vinnytsia, Zhmerynka, Kazatyn and Mohyliv-Podilsky in Vinnytsia region; Volodymyr-Volynsky in Volyn region; Zhytomyr, Berdychev and Novohrad-Volynsky in Zhytomyr region; Berehove and Khust in Zakarpattia region; Boryspil, Brovary, Bucha, Vasylkiv, Irpin, Obukhiv, Pereyaslav and Fastiv in Kyiv region; Boryslav, Drohobych and Stryi in Lviv region; Odesa, Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky, Podilsk, Teplodar and Yuzhny in Odesa region; Rivne; Lyubotyn, Pervomaysky and Chuhuev in Kharkiv region; Khmelnytsky, Netishyn, Slavuta and Shepetivka in Khmelnytsky region; Chernihiv, Nizhyn and Pryluky in Chernihiv region and Kyiv.
The bans in the zone
Green zone provides:
- wearing a mask or respirator while indoors,
- observe a distance during mass events (1 person on 5 sq. m),
- keep a distance during events in cultural institutions (occupancy of 50%),
- passengers in public transport within the number of seats.
Yellow zone (+restrictions of the green zone) bans:
- visits to social protection facilities for the elderly, other than those providing emergency services.
Orange zone (+restrictions of the yellow zone) bans:
- work of hostels, campsites, etc. (except hotels).
- work of entertainment establishments, restaurants at night.
- scheduled hospitalizations.
- work of gyms, fitness centers, cultural institutions.
- accepting new shifts in children's camps.
- restrictions for public events: 1 person per 20 square meters and not more than 100 people.
Red zone (+restrictions of the yellow zone) bans:
- work of public transport.
- visiting schools, universities, etc.
- activities of shopping malls, cafes and restaurants.
“If a region for 5 days exceeds the national indicators, we will break down this region into districts and cities of regional significance, and each district will show its role in the incidence of coronavirus. And depending on the percentage the district or city of regional significance gives, it will be added either in “green,” “yellow,” “orange," or in “red” zone. “Red” zone is the most critical one,” the Chief Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Victor Lyashko said.
As we reported, the Cabinet of Ministers extended adaptive lockdown in Ukraine until October 31.