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Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said one of the government's steps to prevent coronavirus may be to apply quarantine measures in certain regions of Ukraine after May 11.

"Yesterday, we talked with leading economists at the Economic Development Council. They backed the government's plan and agreed with the proposal that adaptive quarantine should be applied. This means that in case of outbreaks of infection in certain regions, we will be strengthening quarantine there, not across the whole country," PM told a government meeting on Wednesday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

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According to Shmyhal, these are the steps that could be taken after May 11.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on March 11, the Cabinet of Ministers imposed a nationwide quarantine, which was later extended until April 24, and then until May 11.