They plan to use the Diya app to check compliance with quarantine conditions and can be fined for violating its conditions.
This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister of digital transformation Mikhail Fedorov on the channel “Direct”, answering the question: “If a person does not install the application or installs, but does not use, what are the possible consequences, “reports the Ukrinform correspondent.
“According to Resolution No. 211 of the Council of Ministers of Ukraine, adopted on March 11, it is in fact a violation of the quarantine regime. It already depends on the amount of the violation of this sentence, that someone will pay, “said the official.
Fedorov added that there is a time for which a person must pass the test in the application, but did not specify how much.
As noted, the brand and concept of the application were presented on September 27, 2019 in Kiev. It was then that it was announced as an application and a portal which will bring together in a single electronic window all the services provided by the State to citizens and businesses.
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In December 2019, a test-on-demand access was opened to 5,000 Ukrainians who submitted requests.
The Diya app can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Play Market. User identification is carried out using BankID technology via the National Bank system and PrivatBank.
Diya works both with the Internet and offline.
Earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers ordered the Ministry of Digital Transformation to develop and implement an electronic service by April 5, 2020 to monitor compliance with self-isolation and observation by people who need such anti-epidemic measures.
In the morning of Tuesday, April 7, in Ukraine, 1,462 cases of COVID-19 infection were registered, 45 people died, 28 patients recovered. During the day, 143 new cases were recorded.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru