Ukraine's government plans to extend the coronavirus-related quarantine until April 30.
That's according to the RBC Ukraine news agency, which cites a Health Ministry source.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal earlier said quarantine curbs in the country could be extended until April 30. Yet, he said, the date was unlikely to be final.
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- In early February, Shmyhal said the Cabinet of Ministers, Ukraine's government, would decide on the return to adaptive quarantine in the coming days.
- The prime minister stressed red quarantine zones would be established by separate decisions.
- On February 9, Ukrainian Deputy Health Minister, Chief Medical Officer Viktor Liashko said the ministry would offer the government a new model of adaptive quarantine to be in effect from the middle or end of February.