BREAKING: Ukraine extends quarantine measures till June 22

The Ukrainian government has approved a decision to extend the quarantine measures introduced in the country till June 22, while the second stage of easing the restrictions will begin from May 22, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said last night.

As part of the second phase of easing, public transportation and commuter services will be relaunched from May 22, kindergartens and subway will reopen from May 25 in the cities where the situation allows. Sports events will be allowed without attendance.

On Wednesday, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine also resumed work at 66 checkpoints across the state border with Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary and Moldova.