Cabinet of Ministers lifts all quarantine restrictions on religious events

Prime Minister of Ukraine Denis Shmyhal

From June 16, religious events with 100% filling and no distance are allowed, while participants must wear masks.

Since June 16, the Cabinet of Ministers has lifted all quarantine restrictions on religious events, reports the press service of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine.

“From now on, it is allowed to hold mass (cultural, entertainment, religious, advertising and other) events in rooms with 100% filling and without limiting the distance between those present. At the same time, participants and organizers of events must wear personal protective equipment, in particular, protective masks or respirators,” says the message.

At the same time, people who have a negative test for COVID, made no more than 72 hours before the event or who have completed a full course of vaccination, do not need to wear masks.

On June 16, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the adaptive quarantine in Ukraine until August 31 and established a "green" zone throughout the country, loosening restrictions.

As the UOJ previously reported, Shmyhal said when COVID passports will be introduced in Ukraine.

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