The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine amended the resolution on preventing the spread of COVID-19, in particular the categories of people over 60 who do not require self-isolation.
This was announced by Prime Minister Denis Shmygal in Telegram.
Thus, people over 60 do not need to isolate themselves if they are: civil servants, deputies of all levels, mayors, judges and other persons subject to the law on the prevention of corruption; military personnel and employees of the armed forces, other legal military units and law enforcement authorities which take measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Also, people over 60 who do not require self-isolation who provide business activities in the fields of: energy, chemical industry, transport, information technology and communication, electronic communications, in the banking and financial sectors and the defense industry.
In addition, people over 60 who provide services in the areas of population survival and in the areas of food production, agriculture and health need not isolate themselves.
According to Shmygal, seniors who are salvage, utility, emergency and emergency service employees, strategic businesses and objects of potentially hazardous technology and industry do not need to isolate themselves.
As Ukrinform reported, since April 6, the government has introduced additional measures to prevent the spread of coronaviruses.
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In Ukraine, for example, restrictive measures have been strengthened: you cannot be in public places without personal protective equipment, in particular a respirator or a face mask.
It is also forbidden to move a group of more than two people, except in the case of official necessity and accompanying persons under 14 years of age; visit parks, squares, recreational areas, forest parks and coastal areas, in addition to walking pets by one person and, if necessary, sports and playgrounds.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru