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Zelensky signs law on mandatory wearing of masks in public places, transport

Source : 112 Ukraine

The law provides the fine for the absence of a mask in the sum of 170-255 hryvnia ($6-9)
13:47, 19 November 2020

President's press service

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky signed the law on the obligatory wearing of masks or respirators in public places and transport, as the President’s Office reported.

The law provides the fine for the absence of a mask in the sum of 170-255 hryvnia ($6-9).

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People will be fined for a stay in public places, buildings, public transport without wearing individual protective means during the quarantine. Particularly, the issue is about the respirators or masks that cover the nose and mouth, including hand-made means.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the proper document on November 6.

Related: 1,348 new Covid-19 cases observed in Kyiv

As we reported, 13,357 patients were diagnosed with coronavirus infection in Ukraine, which is a new anti-record for daily incidence. Yesterday, on November 18, 1,531 people were hospitalized, 257 died, and 7,400 people recovered. In addition, 65,402 tests were performed, including PCR - 40,585, ELISA - 24,817.

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