Updated rules of adaptive quarantine to come into force in Ukraine on December 6

Source : 112 Ukraine

The rules for the yellow quarantine zone are about to change
11:47, 30 November 2021

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Minister of Health Viktor Lyashko announced that the updated rules of adaptive quarantine will come into force on December 6. He said this during a briefing.

The rules for the yellow quarantine zone are about to change.

"First of all, the new rules will affect the regions that are in the yellow level of epidemiological danger. Now, only those people who have received at least one vaccination against Covid-19 or have a negative test or certificate of recovery will be able to visit public facilities at the yellow level. The same rule applies to employees. Stricter rules for non-vaccinated people are needed to reduce the burden on doctors and the medical system, because most of the patients in hospitals are those who have not received a full course of vaccination," said Viktor Lyashko.

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People who have not received at least one round of vaccination against Covid-19 or do not have a negative test or certificate of recovery, at the yellow level of epidemic danger will not be able to:

- take part in all mass events; this applies to cultural, sports, entertainment, social, religious and other events;

- visit cinemas and other cultural institutions, gyms, fitness centers, swimming pools;

- use the services of business entities engaged in catering, bars, restaurants, cafes and other establishments.

The work of banks, gas stations, veterinary shops, pharmacies and all grocery stores is not limited in the yellow and red zones.

Within the yellow level the following features will be prohibited:

- work of educational institutions in which less than 100% of employees are vaccinated with at least one dose;

- holding mass events, except for attestation of students;

- work of cinemas, theaters and other cultural institutions;

- work of public catering establishments, except for takeaway and delivery orders;

- work of gyms, pools;

- activities of accommodation establishments, except hotels, sanatoriums and social establishments;

- interregional and international transportation.

New rules were added for the green level as well. In particular, a ban on regular and irregular transportation of passengers in urban and intra-regional public transport in excess of the total number of seating and 50% of standing spaces, as provided by the technical characteristics of the vehicle.

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This norm will also be valid it the yellow level. That is, if the region is at the yellow level, then public transport in a particular locality must comply with such rules of transportation.

In addition, the following rules remain in force for all levels of epidemiological danger, which prohibit:

- work of educational institutions, if more than 50% of students and employees are in self-isolation;

- to stay out in the streets without identity documents;

- arbitrary leave of place of self-isolation or observation.

These rules are not revoked even with Covid documents.

All other restrictions provided for the yellow level will not apply if all employees and visitors have one of the documents: yellow Covid-certificate or paper certificate 063-O (valid for 30 days); green Covid-certificate (valid for 365 days); International Vaccination Certificate (valid for 365 days); foreign Covid-certificate of vaccination with vaccines approved by the WHO (valid for 365 days); negative result of PCR or rapid test for antigen (valid for 72 hours).

As it was reported, on November 29 10,554 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Ukraine. Particularly, 846 children and 197 medics got infected.

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