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A rally is taking place outside the building of the Cabinet of Ministers in Kyiv on Tuesday, May 19, as parents are demanding that kindergartens reopen in Ukraine.

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It was initiated by parents who lose income due to the inability to combine work and childcare.

At the same time, the parents of children with special educational needs, who require constant care with the involvement of specialists, are facing an acute problem.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said Ukraine would be switching to an "adaptive quarantine" option from May 22. It foresees that curbs will be lifted gradually. In particular, public transportation and commuter services will be relaunched from May 22, kindergartens and subways will reopen from May 25. Hotels and churches will work with some restrictions, sports events will be allowed without attendance. However, hostels, restaurants in hotels, swimming pools will remain closed.