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The relevant decision was made at the special meeting of the State Commission on Technogenic and Ecological Safety and Emergencies.

The new epidemic zoning took effect from 00:00 on August 31.

The red zone:

  • The cities of Ivano-Frankivsk, Kalush and Kolomyia, Horodenka, Kosiv and Tysmenytsia districts of Ivano-Frankivsk region;
  • The cities of Bilyaivka and Izmail of Odesa region;
  • The cities of Dubno and Ostroh, Kostopil and Radyvyliv districts of Rivne region; and
  • The cities of Berezhany and Chortkiv, Berezhany district of Ternopil region;
  • The city of Chernivtsi, Vyzhnytsia, Hlyboka, Zastavna, Kitsman, and Novoselytsia districts of Chernivtsi region.

The orange zone:

  • The cities of Lutsk and Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Lutsk and Manevychi districts of Volyn region;
  • The city of Korosten, Zhytomyr, and Korosten districts of Zhytomyr region;
  • The cities of Uzhhorod, Mukachevo and Chop, Vynohradiv, Mizhhirya, Perechyn, Tyachiv and Uzhhorod districts of Zakarpattia region;
  • The cities of Bolekhiv, Burshtyn and Yaremche, Bohorodchany, Verkhovyna, Halych, Dolyna, Kalush, Kolomyia, Nadvirna, Rohatyn, Rozhnyativ, Sniatyn and Tlumach districts of Ivano-Frankivsk region;
  • The city of Berezan and Kyiv-Sviatoshynskyi district of Kyiv region;
  • The cities of Lviv, Morshyn and Sambir, Zhovkva, Pustomyty and Yavoriv districts of Lviv region;
  • The city of Chornomorsk, Bolhrad, Ovidiopol and Tarutyn districts of Odesa region;
  • The city of Varash, Hoshchany, Demydiv, Dubno, Zarichne, Zdolbuniv, Korets, Ostroh, and Rivne districts of Rivne region;
  • The city of Sumy, Sumy region;
  • The city of Ternopil, Buchach, Husiatyn, Zalishchyk, Zbarazh, Koziv, Lanovets, Monastyrysk, Terebovlia, Ternopil and Chortkiv districts of Ternopil region;
  • The city of Kharkiv and Bohodukhiv district of Kharkiv region;
  • Volochiv district of Khmelnytsky region;
  • The city of Novodnistrovsk, Hertsaiv, Kelmenets, Putyllia, Sokyryany, Storozhynets, and Khotyn districts of Chernivtsi region; and
  • Bobrovytsia district of Chernihiv region.

The yellow zone:

  • The cities of Vinnytsia, Zhmerynka, Kozyatyn, and Mohyliv-Podilskyi, Vinnytsia, Zhmerynka, Kalynivka, Mohyliv-Podilskyi and Khmilnyk districts of Vinnytsia region;
  • The city of Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Horokhivka, Ivanychiv, Kivertsi, Liubeshiv, Stara Vyzhivka, Turiysk, and Shatsk districts of Volyn region;
  • The cities of Zhytomyr, Berdychiv and Novohrad-Volynskyi, Andrushivka, Berdychiv, Brusyliv, Yemilchin, Luhy, Ovrutsk, Popilnyansk, Pulyny, Romanivka, Chernyakhivsk, and Chudniv districts of Zhytomyr region;
  • The cities of Berehovo and Khust, Berehovo, Volovets, Irshava, Mukachevo, Rakhiv, and Svaliava districts of Zakarpattia region;
  • The cities of Boryspil, Brovary, Bucha, Vasylkiv, Irpin, Obukhiv, Pereyaslav and Fastiv, Baryshivka, Boryspil, Brovary, Vasylkiv, Zguriv, Kaharlyk, Makariv, Rokytne, Tarashcha, Fastiv, and Yahotyn districts of Kyiv region;
  • The cities of Boryslav, Drohobych and Stryy, Brody, Horodok, Drohobych, Zhydachiv, Zolochiv, Kamyanka-Buzka, Mykolaiv, Mosty, Peremyshlyany, Radekhiv, Sambir, Skoliv, Sokal and Stryy districts of Lviv region;
  • The cities of Odesa, Belgorod-Dnistrovsk, Podilsk, Teplodar and Yuzhne, Artsyz, Berezivsky, Bilyaiv, Ivanivsk, Izmail, Lyman, Podil, Savransk, and Saratsk districts of Odesa region;
  • The city of Rivne, Volodymyrets, Mlyniv, Rokytne and Sarny districts of Rivne region;
  • Krolevets, Nedrihailiv, Sumy, and Trostianets districts of Sumy region;
  • Borshchiv, Zboriv, ​​Pidvolochysk, Pidhayetsk and Shumy districts of Ternopil region;
  • The cities of Liubotyn, Pervomaisk and Chuhuiv, Velykyi Burluk, Vovchansk, Zmiiv, Zolochiv, Koloma, Kupyans, Novi Vodolazy, and Kharkiv districts of Kharkiv region;
  • The cities of Khmelnytsky, Netyshyn, Slavuta, and Shepetivka, Bilohirsk, Krasylivka, Letychiv, Novoushytsk, Slavuta, Stara Syniava, Teofipol, and Yarmolyntsi districts of Khmelnytsky region;
  • The cities of Chernihiv, Nizhyn and Pryluky, Borzna, Ichnia, Kozelets, Korop, Kulykivka, Nizhyn, Nosivka, and Talalaivka districts of Chernihiv region; and
  • The city of Kyiv.

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Adaptive quarantine in Ukraine: background

From August 1, adaptive quarantine in Ukraine divides all regions into four zones – "green", "yellow", "orange", and "red", depending on the epidemiological situation.

Different quarantine restrictions have been established in each of the epidemiological zones. The mildest – in the "green" zone, the strictest – in the "red" one.

On August 26, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the adaptive quarantine until November 1.