REUTERS Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal says only six sectors of Ukraine&#39;s economy are now operating with restrictions due to the quarantine set by the government over the spread of the novel COVID-19 coronavirus across the country. Read alsoSome 62% of restaurants shut down in Ukraine amid COVID-19 quarantine "We didn&#39;t brake Ukrainian economy, and our major export-oriented industries continue operating at full capacity. Today, only six industries are operating with restrictions. These are transport, [household] final consumption, bars, restaurants, mass gatherings, and cultural events. The real sectors of the economy – from agriculture to industry, as well as critical infrastructure are working today, performing their tasks," he said at a government meeting on April 22. As UNIAN reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers on March 11 introduced a nationwide quarantine, which was extended until April 24, and later until May 11.