Quarantine restrictions are being tightened in Lviv from March 19 to 28. It includes restrictions of the work of restaurants, cafes, shopping malls, cultural and educational institutions. This was announced by Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy in Telegram.
"The dynamics of hospitalization of critically ill patients is not decreasing. We must do everything necessary to prevent the collapse of the city's medical system. This is the time when we can equip additional places in hospitals and clinics. It is also the only way to break the chain of disease," Sadovy said.
Restrictions will apply from Friday, March 19, to Sunday, March 28, throughout Lviv local territorial community. At this time will be closed:
- restaurants and cafes (only delivery and take away);
- shopping malls (except for grocery stores, pet stores and pharmacies located in them);
- cultural institutions - theaters, cinemas, museums and concert venues;
- hardware stores (will be able to work for issuance by prior order).
Instead, gyms, hairdressers and beauty salons will work only by appointment.
However, from March 22 to 28, junior high school students are sent on vacation, and students in grades 5-11 continue to study remotely. Kindergartens will work without changes.
All mass events in the city will also be canceled. Only supermarkets, pharmacies and grocery stores will be able to operate as usual.
Earlier, the Health Ministry renews list of quarantine zones in Ukraine.