The Pan-Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations has sent proposals to the Prime Minister and the Ministry of the Interior on the organization of services for the quarantine period.
This was reported by the press service of the All-Russian Center for Veterinary Research and Development.
<< The Council of Churches proposes to establish the following procedure for the organization of services during the quarantine period: religious services and rites are not prohibited and can be performed subject to mass restrictions (that is, that is, up to 10 people can be admitted to a church or other premises of a religious organization for a total of 1 person per person). 5 square meters), "says the report.
It is also proposed that the clergy and those involved in the organization of services and the guarantee of their video broadcasting add to the list of people who can use public transport, a personal or official car (in the case of such restrictions) to get to / from a religious building or other religious places organization. At the same time, these people will be able to confirm the official object of their movement with a covering letter on the letterhead of a religious organization or with an official certificate.
In addition, the WCCRO has drawn the government’s attention to the need to continue to distribute free food and products to the homeless and targeted assistance to the unattached and low-income.
WCCRO says clearer and more balanced regulation of restrictions on religious activities during quarantine will help avoid chaos, mass dissatisfaction among believers and crowds in need of pastoral care, and the satisfaction of their religious needs, in particular during religious holidays.
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.
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Since April 6, restrictive measures have been tightened in Ukraine: you cannot be in public places without personal protective equipment, in particular a respirator or a face mask, including those manufactured independently.
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 with a person and, if necessary, sports fields and children’s playgrounds.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru