The head of the so-called “DPR” Denis Pushilin has extended the series of restrictive measures introduced earlier in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Restrictive measures will be in force in the “DPR” until May 13. Furthermore, the Pushilin “decree” gave new powers to the “heads of administration” of the “DPR” cities. Authorities can now impose additional restrictions on cities in the “republic” on behalf of Pushilin.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to the portal DonPress
The head of the so-called “DPR” Denis Pushilin has decided to extend a number of restrictions in the “republic” in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. Until May 13, residents of Ordlo must respect the restrictions. According to the Pushilin “decree”, residents of the “republic” over the age of 65 must observe self-isolation. They are encouraged to stay at home. In addition, until May 13, retirees will not be able to benefit from reduced fares on public transport.
Also in the “document”, it is stated that the “heads of administration” of the cities of the “republic” may, on behalf of Pushilin, introduce additional restrictions in the cities of the “republic”.
As you know, in the so-called “DPR”, there is a high alert mode linked to the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, the head of the “republic” ordered the “head of administrations” to draw up a plan for the self-isolation regime for cities. Pushilin later declared that they would not close the cities of the “republic”.
Earlier, we reported that the “head of the Foreign Ministry” of the “DPR” Nikonorov had appealed to Kiev.