In Lviv, the local authorities want to introduce certain easing of quarantine restrictions. So, the city may open markets and allow full-time education for 1-4 grades. This was announced by the mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy, the press service of the Lviv City Council reports.
"We really want to make some easing of quarantine, so today we will consult with the Ministry of Health, because we are in the "red zone ", and there are certain state norms, what can work and what can't," Sadovy said.
He added that the final decision will be made tomorrow.
At the same time, the mayor of Lviv said that a drop in the incidence of coronavirus has not yet been observed - there are 1,144 patients in city hospitals.
Meanwhile, a high level of hospitalizations is observed in Ukraine due to the coronavirus. During the past week, the peak load on the emergency first aid is observed – the medics perform 17-19,000 rides daily as Deputy Health Minister of Ukraine Iryna Mykychak reported.
“We, during the last week, had peak load on the emergency first aid. We have a high level of hospitalization. If we talk about emergency aid – averagely they perform 17-19,000 rides daily during the past week,” Mykychak said.
According to the deputy minister, the decrease of the load on the emergency system in some regions – particularly, the issue is about Ivano-Frankivsk and Zakarpattia regions, according to an incidence rate of these regions.