The government does not yet have a specific date for the resumption of public transportation after the removal of quarantine restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This was said by Minister of Infrastructure Vladislav Krikliy in an interview ObozTV.
“It is too early to speak of a precise date … It all depends on what will be the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the statistics that we will observe, how the same May holidays will be organized and how we will respect the established recommendations by the Ministry of Health, “said Krikliy.
According to him, the decision to launch public transport will be taken on the basis of the recommendations of the Ministry of Health, taking into account the current situation of morbidity and mortality from coronavirus.
“We can only say that there will be restrictions for a certain period, there will be a mask regime, a temperature control will be done as much as possible. And all these public transport will be less saturated,” said The Minister.
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As reported by Ukrinform on Monday, the president’s office held a traditional meeting on preventing the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic, during which head of state Vladimir Zelensky approved the idea. to open the markets according to a specific protocol to observe safety rules during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Later, in a video message, the president said that the food markets could resume operations on Friday, but subject to all safety rules.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru