KYIV, March 16 – Measures are tightened in Kyiv to prevent the spread of coronavirus starting from March 17, the press service for the city's Mayor Vitali Klitschko said.
"Maximal restrictions are imposed in Kyiv from March 17 on people's travel between the city of Kyiv and other populated areas of Ukraine, cultural, sports, social, religious and other events attended by large numbers of people, the work of public catering establishments. Fast-food establishments, restaurants, cafes, and bars will not [work]. They can take online orders for food delivery. Shopping centers will not work either. With the exception of food and household stores and pharmacies," the report said.