Ukrainian govt to close passenger movement across country’s border.

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Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal said that Ukrainian citizens who had come from abroad were the only source of introduction of the Covid-19. The Prime Minister stated this during a meeting of the government, which was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine TV Channel.

According to Shmygal, citizens continue arriving from abroad and this increases the number of people infected with the coronavirus.

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"This flow is continuing, it is exacerbating and increasing the number of people infected with this virus who come to Ukraine, and the colossal development of this disease is beginning to be tremendous already, as in European countries," he said.

It is stressed that the government intends to close any passenger movement across the border of Ukraine, starting from March 27.

As we reported earlier, the Ukrainian government has introduced an emergency situation throughout the country for 30 days until April 24, 2020.

"Statistics show that cases have been identified. Unfortunately, these statistics continue to worsen," Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated.

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