Quarantine restrictions to be tightened in Ternopil region

Source : 112 Ukraine

Currently, 6,640 residents of Ternopil region continue to suffer from coronavirus
15:43, 21 October 2021

Ternopil City Council
Open source

Quarantine restrictions have been tightened in Ternopil region since October 21, the press service of the Ternopil Regional State Administration reports.

In particular, a ban was imposed on the operation of catering establishments, gyms, food and non-food markets, shops, government agencies, as well as holding mass events in the absence of vaccination certificates, documents from doctors on contraindications to vaccination, negative Covid-19 PCR tests or express coronavirus antigen tests received no longer than 72 hours ago in 100% of employees and visitors to institutions. These rules also apply to interregional passenger traffic.

"Compliance with the quarantine requirements will be checked by mobile groups, which will include representatives of the police, the State Food and Consumer Service, the Ternopil Regional Committee of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and local government officials," the statement reads.

Related: Khmelnytsky region strengthens quarantine: Restaurants, cafes until 23:00, gyms, cinemas only with Covid-certificates

It is noted that 6,640 residents of Ternopil region continue to suffer from coronavirus. 728 of them are in medical institutions.

Currently, 16 medical institutions in the region provide care to patients with coronavirus. 1605 beds are deployed, all of them are supplied with oxygen. Cases of coronavirus continue to be recorded in children. In particular, 13 minors are currently ill.

"The course of the disease has been more difficult lately than before, so more and more people need oxygen support. Thus, 560 patients are on oxygen support, and 17 on mechanical ventilation. The number of patients receiving oxygen support is growing. Every day in Ternopil region 10-18 people die from Covid," Director of the health department of Ternopil Regional State Administration Olha Yarmolenko said.

As it was reported earlier, seven more regions of Ukraine may fall into the red quarantine zone soon: Zhytomyr, Luhansk, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Rivne, Khmelnytsky and Chernihiv regions.

Related: Covid-certificates for trains and cafes: What rules come into force on October 21

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