Quarantine was enforced in Ukraine for three weeks - until April 3. This decision was made at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers, - people's deputy Viktoria Siumar reported on Facebook.
"It envisages: closure of educational establishments; banning of mass meetings of more than 200 people. This also applies to sporting events (which can take place without spectators) and cultural events. The Verkhovna Rada meetings were left); closure of air services to some countries. Also, most of the checkpoints will be closed. 49 will be left out of 219. The prime minister says there are quarantined facilities there. The government also allocated UAH 100 million for the purchase of PPE from private domestic companies. When asked about the availability of masks, the health minister said there were 15 million pieces available. It remains to understand where they are…", - Siumar wrote.
As previously reported, restrictive measures would be imposed in Kyiv since March 12.