The Cabinet forbids worship exceeding 10 persons

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmygal. Photos from open sources

The Cabinet of Ministers approved restrictions on the coronavirus pandemic and recommended that religious organizations not hold ceremonies with more than 10 people.

On March 16, 2020, the Cabinet of Ministers adopted a resolution on restrictions in connection with the threat of the spread of coronavirus, religious organizations are advised not to conduct ceremonies attended by more than 10 people, according to the website of the CMU.

The measures relate to public urban transport, intercity transport, the work of institutions and public gatherings.

Religious organizations and people are advised not to conduct ceremonies and ceremonies with more than 10 people.

Since March 18, rail, air and bus intercity services and interregional passenger transportations are prohibited. Non-profit transfers by personal transport are permitted.

City transportation can be carried out in the following mode: up to 10 people in fixed-route taxis, in trolleybuses, buses, tram cars. Taxi services are allowed. Ukrainians are free to use private cars. Subways of Ukraine stop working from March 17.

Since March 17, cultural institutions, shopping centers, restaurants, cafes and other catering, entertainment and service establishments are forbidden to host visitors.

Mass events involving more than 10 people are prohibited.

As reported by the UOJ, dioceses of the UOC pray for preventing the spread of coronavirus.

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