Quarantine extended in Ukraine — now it is “adaptive”

It became known that quar­an­tine was extend­ed in Ukraine in con­nec­tion with the coro­n­avirus pan­dem­ic. From May 22 to June 22, it will be adap­tive, that is, the eas­ing of restric­tive mea­sures will depend on the sit­u­a­tion in each of the regions.

Adaptive quarantine in Ukraine

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The pro­pos­al to extend the quar­an­tine and make it adap­tive was made by the Min­is­ter of Health Max­im Stepanov. Based on his ini­tia­tive, the Cab­i­net of Min­is­ters decid­ed to launch adap­tive quar­an­tine in the coun­try from May 22 to June 22. Its essence lies in the fact that restric­tive mea­sures will be grad­u­al­ly relaxed depend­ing on the epi­dem­ic sit­u­a­tion in each region.

Weakening Quarantine

“It is pro­posed to estab­lish quar­an­tine on the ter­ri­to­ry of Ukraine from May 22 to June 22, tak­ing into account the epi­dem­ic sit­u­a­tion in the regions. This is the so-called adap­tive quar­an­tine that we talked about,”

Stepanov said.

So, first of all, regions where the num­ber of cas­es of COVID-19 infec­tion over the past sev­en days has not exceed­ed 12 peo­ple per 100 thou­sand of the pop­u­la­tion, and the work­load of hos­pi­tal beds allo­cat­ed for those infect­ed with coro­n­avirus does not exceed 50%.

In the future, the eas­ing of quar­an­tine mea­sures will occur in five stages, each of which will last approx­i­mate­ly 10 days. Now we are at the first. So, already on May 22, the sec­ond stage will start, when the work of urban, sub­ur­ban and intra-region­al pub­lic trans­port will resume, hotels will start work­ing, and sports com­pe­ti­tions will be allowed to be held.

Also from Mon­day, May 25, the sub­way and kinder­gartens will resume work. Prime Min­is­ter Denys Shmy­gal pub­lished an illus­tra­tion on Telegram that clear­ly demon­strates all the eas­ing. Keep it to your­self so you don’t for­get.

Stages of quarantine easing

Source: https://t.me/Denys_Smyhal/190

At the same time, quar­an­tine will be relaxed only in those regions where the epi­demi­o­log­i­cal sit­u­a­tion con­tributes to this. This is the essence of “adap­tive” quar­an­tine. If the sit­u­a­tion in some regions wors­ens, restric­tive mea­sures will be strength­ened.

And we remind you that the coro­n­avirus has not gone away. Relax­ing lock­downs does not mean that you should stop fol­low­ing pre­cau­tions to con­trol and spread COVID-19 infec­tion. On the con­trary, giv­en all the mit­i­ga­tions, we con­tin­ue to active­ly wear masks, wash our hands and use an anti­sep­tic. It is bet­ter to avoid crowds dur­ing walks, trips and shop­ping trips.

By the way, giv­en that spring is in full swing and every­thing is bloom­ing around, aller­gy suf­fer­ers should be espe­cial­ly care­ful. Peo­ple whose immune sys­tems react neg­a­tive­ly to pollen from var­i­ous plants may con­fuse com­mon aller­gies with symp­toms of COVID-19. In order not to pan­ic and cor­rect­ly ana­lyze your con­di­tion, it is impor­tant to under­stand the signs of the con­di­tion.

Source: moirebenok.ua

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