Ukraine’s government to consider return of adaptive quarantine on February 17

Source : 112 Ukraine

In December 2020, the government extended all-Ukrainian quarantine until February 28
17:27, 16 February 2021

Meeting of Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers

The Cabinet of Ministers will consider the return to adaptive quarantine during the next meeting on February 17, as Ukrainian News reported citing Representative of the government at the parliament, MP Vasyl Mokan.

“On the final criteria and parameters of the regulation that would be adopted tomorrow; now, it is incorrectly to announce it as the discussions continue. I am sure that tomorrow, it will be able to tell everything about adaptive quarantine in detail. The issue is about the implementation of four zones,” Mokan said.

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According to him, it is planned to extend quarantine and emergency situation for two months – until May and introduce the adaptive quarantine with four zones.

According to Mokan, the ‘yellow’ zone will act as standard; in case of the deterioration of the situation, the zone will be changed to ‘orange’ according to the proper decision of the regional commissions.

The ‘red’ zone will be introduced in case of heavy load on the health care system, in fact, the same restrictions as during lockdown in January.

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The ‘green’ zone provides abolition of the restrictions and returns to normal life before the quarantine.

According to MP, the adaptive quarantine would be similar to one that acted earlier but with some nuances.

In December 2020, the government extended all-Ukrainian quarantine until February 28.

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