As of today, a new division into quarantine zones takes effect: what it means for Transcarpathia

14 September 2020 11:45  47216510 0218777
As of today, a new division into quarantine zones takes effect: what it means for Transcarpathia

The decision was made by the State Commission on Technogenic and Ecological Safety and Emergencies at the extraordinary meeting on September 10. 
  
From midnight on September 14, 37 cities and districts in Ukraine will be included in the "red" zone for 14 days. 
As of today, the city of Chop in Transcarpathia belongs to the "red" zone. 
The "orange" zone includes: the cities of Uzhgorod and Mukachevo, as well as Mukachevo, Rakhiv, Tyachiv and Uzhgorod districts of Transcarpathian region. 
The "yellow" zone this time includes: the cities of Beregovo and Khust, as well as Velyky Berezny, Vynogradiv, Volovets, Irshava, Mizhhirya, Perechyn, Svalyava and Khust districts of Transcarpathian region. 
In the "red" zone, the most severe quarantine measures are in place, in particular - closing of kindergartens and schools with distance learning instead. Also trains do not take passengers in the "red" zone. There are restrictions on the operation of cafes, shopping malls and public transport and on scheduled hospitalizations. 
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