Easing of restrictions for Ukrainians vaccinated against COVID-19 is planned by the Ministry of Health

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Quarantine restrictions will be partially eased for Ukrainians vaccinated against coronavirus. This possibility is being considered by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine. This was stated by Deputy Minister of Health – Chief State Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Igor Kuzin in a comment to “Radio Liberty”, UA informs.

According to him, in case of another outbreak, the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 will be taken into account and decisions will be made accordingly.

“Our main goal now is to vaccinate as many people as possible. In case an outbreak happens, we will take into account vaccination coverage and make decisions accordingly. It is too early to talk about specific conditions, but we will definitely consider partial easing of restrictions for vaccinated people” – Kuzin said.

He added that the quarantine norms will be revised depending on the epidemiological situation.

“We must follow the basic anti-epidemic measures: masks, social distancing, antiseptics, avoiding of crowds, and most importantly – vaccination against COVID-19. This is the most effective way to protect yourself and people around you from severe disease. And it saves life” – the chief sanitary doctor summarized.

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