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Starting from February 24, 2021, a “yellow” level of epidemic danger is established on the territory of Ukraine, according to which: 

Ministry of Health of Ukraine

RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT DURING ADAPTIVE QUARANTINE IN UKRAINE:

„YELLOW” LEVEL

Allowed:

Stay in public buildings, public transport with personal protective equipment on

Operation of public catering establishments from 7:00 to 24:00

Activities of public catering establishments with delivery and takeaway order

Work of cultural institutions provided that no more than 50% of the seats are full

Carrying out activities that are necessary to ensure the work of government bodies, testing for notaries, testing for state registrars

Holding official sporting events provided that no more than 50% of the seats are full

Activities of business entities:

- with marking to maintain a distance between visitors of more than 1.5 meters

- with the provision of employees with personal protective equipment and the implementation of proper control over its use

- in case of customer service through pick-up windows, terraces, etc.

- with ensuring centralized collection of used personal protective equipment

Urgent measures for hospitalization, if due to their postponement there is a significant risk to the life or health of people

Activities of hotels, health resorts, institutions providing social services, rehabilitation institutions for people with disabilities, inpatient departments of primary and complex prosthetics

Activities of gyms, fitness centers with occupancy of less than 1 person per 10 sq. m, swimming pools — less than 4 people on one track for individual classes or less than 6 people for a group

Ministry of Health of Ukraine

RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT DURING ADAPTIVE QUARANTINE IN UKRAINE:

“YELLOW” LEVEL

Prohibited:

Being on the street without identity documents

Unauthorized abandonment of the place of self-isolation and observation

Crossing the state border by foreigners and stateless persons without an existing insurance policy

Holding mass events with the participation of more than 1 person per 4 sq. m of space provided that more than 50% of the seats are full

Visiting educational institutions when more than 50% of students and staff are in self-isolation

Reception of visitors in sports halls, fitness centers, swimming pools

Holding mass events in educational institutions with the participation of more than one group (class) and in the presence of spectators

Visits to temporary detention centers for persons, temporary stay points for foreigners and stateless persons, as well as refugee accommodation points

Visits by unauthorized persons to social protection institutions where certain categories of citizens are located (elderly people, persons with disabilities, and others)


The decision to weaken the “red”, “orange” and “yellow” levels of epidemic danger cannot be reviewed earlier than 14 days from the date of establishing such a level of epidemic danger.

How can I get information about COVID-19?

There is an information contact center created by the Ministry of Health. You can call a toll free number and find out information about the disease. The center has 150 operators, so calls are received around the clock.

Number: 0 800 60 20 19 (calls are free of charge)

Control and responsibility

Appropriate penalties are provided for violating the quarantine conditions. 

  • Fine from 1 to 3 thousand non-taxable minimum incomes of citizens (17-54 thousand UAH) or arrest for 6 months
  • Restriction or imprisonment for 3 years, if such actions led or could have led to the spread of the disease.
  • Imprisonment for a term of 5 to 8 years, if the violation of the observation rules resulted in death or other serious consequences for third parties 

Don't put yourself and your loved ones in danger. Stay at home. Let's save Ukraine!

Rules for mandatory observation

The government relaxed quarantine restrictions and allowed citizens to replace mandatory observation with self-isolation. 

 What is the difference between observation and self-isolation? 

During the observation, the person will be in a hospital or other institution that is designated by the local authorities as an observatory. In self-isolation, a person determines where they plan to stay for 14 days. * Persons who have reached the age of 60 are subject to self-isolation. 

What should be done for this?

  1. When crossing the border or checkpoint, a person agrees to self-isolation.
  2. You need to download and subscribe to mobile electronic service “At Home”.
  3. Follow the instructions from the mobile app and follow the rules of self-isolation. 

If you do not want or do not have the opportunity to install the mobile application "At Home" - you will be taken to the place of mandatory observation.

 Who can use self-isolation in “Action”?

  • People who enter Ukraine from abroad.
  • People who enter from the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, Crimea and the city of Sevastopol through the checkpoint.

Who will get into the observation?

Those who have twice violated the conditions of self-isolation are necessarily subject to observation in places determined by local authorities.

Is it possible to reduce the period of self-isolation when using the "At Home" app?

Yes. According to the Resolution, self-isolation can be terminated, provided:
 - after receiving a negative result of a PCR test;
 - after receiving a negative result of a rapid test for determining the antigen, which is carried out after crossing checkpoints of entry to and exit from the temporarily occupied territories.