Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers will consider new steps to ease quarantine-related restrictions for businesses.
"At the next meeting, we plan to consider a number of decisions on easing quarantine restrictions," Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said on Facebook on April 29.
"I have already instructed ministries and departments to develop criteria for facilities that will be gradually opening. As we will not only have to open shops, hairdressers and cafes, we should create conditions under which people's visits there do not translate into a new outbreak of the [coronavirus] disease," he said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers on April 29 supported the criteria enabling food markets to re-open amid the COVID-19 lockdown.