Kiev administration has strengthened the restrictive measures in the capital to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, forbidden to sell Shawarma, alcohol on tap and coffee to go.
Source: press service of the KSCA, with reference to the minutes of the constant Commission on questions tekhnogenno-ecological safety and emergency situations
Literally: “Kiev strengthens restrictive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus. In particular, regarding the ban of MAF on the implementation of the Shawarma, making and selling coffee drinks, etc., as well as banning distribution to retail outlets of alcoholic drinks by the glass and preparing and selling coffee drinks”.
Details: in addition, the capital impose a mandatory “mask mode” to people in administrative, industrial premises and public transport.
For compliance with this will be monitored by the national police and the district administration.
It is also reported that city officials asked Acacademy of medical Sciences guide to the capital’s hospital infectious disease specialists, specialists, epidemiological trends and specialists on laboratory diagnosis for the provision of skilled medical care to patients COVID-19.
In KSCA said that the decision of the Permanent Commission on questions TEB and emergency is binding.
To know more: Pandemic COVID-19 in Ukraine and the world. Infographics and stats
As of the morning of 24 March from the coronavirus in the world recovered 101 344 people, died 16 572 people. Since the spread of the disease has registered 381 293 infection. In Ukraine found 84 cases COVID-19, 3 people died, 1 is recovered.
From 12 March to 3 April in Ukraine has been quarantined. The city shut down all establishments, except grocery stores and pharmacies. The border is closed for foreigners, intercity bus and rail service suspended from March 18.
17 March at 23:00 stopped the movement of subway in Kiev, in other cities the subway is also not working.
From 23 March the capital stopped almost all public transport. Until the end of quarantine in Kiev the entrance to the transport, which will run through the city will implement a special permit for certain categories of people.
The entrance to the shops will also be carried out with limitations: 1 person per 10 sq m room.