Сhief Medical Officer speaks about restrictions in temples during lockdown

Viktor Liashko. Photo: dtp.kiev.ua

The Cabinet is considering the possibility of introducing a strict three-week quarantine in Ukraine from the beginning of January 2021.

The Сhief Medical Officer of Ukraine Viktor Liashko admits that during the January lockdown, which the Cabinet plans to introduce due to the difficult situation with COVID-19, "churches will work". He said this at a meeting with journalists on Saturday, December 5, 2020, reports "Ukrainska Pravda".

“Churches will work with a restriction of one person per 5 square meters,” the edition quotes the Ukrainian official’s statement.

According to Liashko, during the lockdown, public transport and grocery stores will work, and ski resorts may also be allowed to work "so that people leave the megacities".

Schools, kindergartens, gyms, restaurants and other entertainment venues are planned to close.

It is noted that this is only a preliminary list of restrictions, and the final decision on the lockdown will be made at a government meeting on December 9.

As reported, on December 2, at a meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal announced that he would not extend the "weekend quarantine".

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