Prime Minister Denys Shmygal predicts that the incidence of coronavirus in Ukraine will decline after Easter. The Prime Minister said this during the program 'Freedom of Speech of Savik Schuster' on the Ukraine TV channel, RBC reports.
"That turning point, I hope, will come after Easter, when we begin to move down in the number of cases detected, in the number of deaths," Shmygal said.
According to him, after the Easter holidays, the Cabinet of Ministers will present a plan for overcoming the crisis associated with quarantine restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus epidemic.
In three-four weeks, measures to support small and medium-sized businesses and cities in the country will also be introduced.
As we reported before, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has begun to develop a strategy for quitting the country, which should be completed in May.
"The Cabinet of Ministers created the Council on Economic Development of Ukraine, which includes the best scientists and economists with world renown. Now we are working together to develop a quarantine exit strategy that we are introducing next week," Shmygal said.