The opening of the metro and the shopping center should not lead to an increase in the number of patients – Ministry of Health
Exemptions related to the operation of the metro or the opening of stores in shopping and entertainment centers should not lead to an increase in the incidence of coronavirus infections.
In an interview with Radio Liberty, said Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Health, chief medical officer of health Viktor Lyashko.
“If we adhere to the prescribed anti-epidemiological standards, in principle, growth should not occur. If all of these prescribed standards are deliberately violated, there may be an increase in cases of coronavirus infection,” he said. He underlines.
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According to Lyashko, as part of further relaxation of quarantine restrictions, the government is analyzing the situation to see what exactly can lead to rapid growth.
“We show in our daily analysis who and where, in what region we allowed to open, check and follow what can happen on the fifth, seventh day, tenth day. Then we look back at how this or that sphere of the economy could affect the growth of coronavirus cases, “said the chief medical officer of health.
Reminder: now in Ukraine, there is a transition to the second stage of the weakening of the so-called adaptive quarantine. It started on May 22 and is gradually being introduced to regions of the country as they become available.
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As reported by Ukrinform, in Ukraine, 393 new cases of COVID-19 were registered per day. In general, as of May 30, the coronavirus has been confirmed in 23,204 people, 9,311 people have recovered, 696 fatal cases have been recorded.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru