Ukrainians are expected to wear personal protective equipment during this year, and possibly next year.
Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said this on Details on Inter television on Friday, April 24, reports the government portal.
“This is the so-called economics of immunity: social distance, personal protective equipment and, therefore, the restrictions that we already have today and that we will be forced to live this year is maybe next year, “said the head of government.
According to him, such a model of behavior should be perceived and used by society in the future.
He noted that, based on figures and calculations from the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the Cabinet has reason to say that an increase in the growth of patients with coronavirus, which can be called the next peak, is expected from May 3 to 8.
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“From May 11, I hope that we will start the first phase of quarantine, when we relax some restrictions, starting with the possibility of visiting the parks and squares. We will allow the work of wholesale and retail stores selling non-food products, etc. “Said the head of government.
According to him, the next step out of quarantine will be when the incidence rate begins to decrease and medical facilities are released from patients.
“The third, fourth and fifth stages are, in fact, the end of quarantine. In addition, there are so-called red, orange, yellow, green levels – that’s when we can manage reasonable measures in places where epidemics occur. These are separate territories, cities, regions and districts, ”said Shmygal.
He also said that there is already an understanding of how public transport will be launched in stages.
Earlier, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal unveiled a quarantine exit plan in Ukraine, which includes 5 steps.
As reported, since March 12, the government has introduced quarantine in Ukraine to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. In particular, commercial establishments were closed, with the exception of grocery stores, pharmacies, petrol stations and banks. The works of the Kiev, Kharkov and Dnipro metros have been suspended, the circulation of land transport in cities, interurban and interregional automobile, rail and air services has been stopped.
The first quarantine was introduced until April 3, then extended until April 24, then – until May 11 inclusive.
Since March 28, Ukraine has completely closed the border for scheduled flights, including aviation.
According to the cost center, in Ukraine, on the morning of April 24, 7,647 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed, including 193 fatalities, 601 people recovered. 477 new cases were recorded per day.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru