The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and the National Guard of Ukraine will monitor compliance with quarantine rules in public places.
This is indicated in the clarification of the new restrictive measures for the quarantine period, published on the government portal.
“The monitoring of compliance with the quarantine rules in public places will be carried out by the Ministry of the Interior and the National Guard,” explains the explanation.
In addition, control will be exercised on the way in which citizens adhere to self-isolation or on the rules of observation. That is why, during your stay on the street, you must carry identification with you. It will also allow law enforcement to apply administrative responsibility to violators of quarantine rules.
Thus, for violation of the rules of quarantine – a fine of 17,000 UAH to 34,000 UAH. In case of violation of health rules and standards relating to the prevention of infectious diseases, there may be criminal liability.
The Cabinet of Ministers noted that since April 6, only two can move on the street. An exception is to accompany children regardless of their number. Visits to parks, squares, recreational areas, forest parks and coastal areas are prohibited.
The government does not close churches, but at the same time there is a ban on mass and religious events.
As Ukrinform reported, since March 12, Ukraine has introduced quarantine in educational institutions and a number of other measures to control the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. Thereafter, the quarantine was extended until April 24.
From 6 April, the restrictive measures will be reinforced in Ukraine: it will not be possible to stay in public places without wearing personal protective equipment, in particular a respirator or a face mask, including those produced independently.
It is also prohibited to move a group of more than two people, except in cases of official necessity and accompanying persons under 14 years of age with parents, adoptive parents, guardians, guardians, foster parents , foster parents, other people according to the law or the child’s adult parents. Children should not be in public places.
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It is also prohibited to visit parks, squares, recreation areas, forest parks and coastal areas, in addition to walking pets with one person and, if necessary, sports and playgrounds, as well as organize all public events.
It will not be possible to be on the street without identity documents confirming the citizenship of Ukraine or its special status.
As of 10:00 a.m. on April 4, 1,096 cases of COVID-19 had been registered in Ukraine, including 28 fatalities and 23 patients cured.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru