This was during a briefing by the mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko.
Pay attention Kiev Pechersk Lavra ignores quarantine and calls for hugging: video
Testing for coronavirus in the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra was conducted on April 4. Metropolitan Pavel also passed laboratory tests. On April 6, information appeared that Vladyka was now in serious condition at the hospital.
The Kiev-Pechersk Lavra noted that in all rooms they are treated with disinfectant solutions, and divine services are performed behind closed doors without admitting believers to the church and using video broadcasting.
Important! As of April 6, at 12:00 in Kiev, 267 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed by laboratory tests.
Coronavirus and the Church: Everything You Need to Know
The clergyman from the Ternopil region confirmed the coronavirus on March 19. After infection and up to hospitalization, he managed to establish contacts with at least 500 people. In recent days, the condition of the clergyman has seriously worsened, and on April 6 he died. President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky talked with the heads of churches. It was a question of the safety of the celebration of Easter and the holding of worship in the context of the spread of the coronavirus. For the first time in history at the Vatican, all Easter services of Pope Francis will take place without the presence of believers. Dad just read a prayer online. The government does not officially close churches, but prohibits mass religious events. Despite this, the Orthodox Church of Ukraine sees no reason to prohibit the holding of worship services with the participation of not more than 10 people.