Ukraine will strengthen quarantine enforcement
According to the State Food and Beverage Service, every sixth object violates anti-epidemic standards. This was announced by the chief sanitary doctor Viktor Lyashko during a briefing, channel 24 reports.
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He noted that the failure to comply with quarantine requirements leads to an increase in the number of infections. At the same time, Lyashko recalled that anti-epidemic recommendations are prescribed for:
restaurants and cafes; office premises; hairdressing and beauty salons; gyms and pools; markets and shopping centers.
How to protect yourself from coronavirus
The chief sanitary doctor called on people in the common areas to wear a protective mask.
How to use a mask against coronavirus / 24 channel infographics
Lyashko advised avoiding crowds of people both indoors and outdoors. If this cannot be avoided, wear a face shield.
The chief medical officer recalled that in public transport a person should also be in a mask, and the number of passengers should be no more than 50% of the number of seats. This should be monitored by carriers.
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What will people be fined for?
For the lack of a protective mask in public places – a fine of 17 thousand hryvnia. Owners of institutions that do not comply with quarantine rules will be punished with a fine from 170 thousand to 340 thousand hryvnias.
These rules are not complicated and understandable. But, if we stick to them, then we will not have this level of incidence.
– summed up Maxim Stepanov.
And he added that only this would allow not to drive hard quarantine.
In Odessa, increased quarantine
From June 22, Odessa beaches will be intensely checked for compliance with quarantine requirements.
What restrictions will apply:
a ban on the work of children's institutions for recreation and recreation; a ban on holding mass events with the participation of more than one person per 5 square meters; a ban on visiting educational institutions in groups of more than 10 people; the number of passengers in public transport should correspond to the number of seats; carriers must provide drivers with protective equipment; employers are advised to change the work schedule of employees to unload vehicles at peak hours; tenants of the beaches to provide a distance between deck chairs at least 1.5 meters; restaurateurs provide a distance between tables of at least 4 meters and a maximum of 4 people can sit at them; spontaneous trade in recreation areas is prohibited.
Special raid groups will be created in the region that will monitor the observance of quarantine standards by citizens at beaches and recreation centers.
Attention! As of June 21, 36,560 cases of coronavirus were recorded in Ukraine. During the day of June 20, 735 people were infected. 1,002 Ukrainians died from the disease. At the same time, the number of patients who recovered increased to 16,509.