Ukraine PM: Airlines to relaunch domestic flights, restaurants to resume indoor work from June 5.

International flights will be relaunched from June 15.



Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal has said the Cabinet of Ministers plans to let airlines relaunch domestic flights from June 5, while cafes and restaurants will be allowed to serve visitors indoors as part of the easing of quarantine-related measures.

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"We will relaunch domestic flights from June 5 and international flights from June 15. We also want cafes and restaurants to start receiving visitors inside establishments from June 5," he said at a government meeting on Wednesday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

At the same time, Shmyhal emphasized all epidemic-related measures, including wearing face masks and social distancing, should be taken.

As UNIAN reported earlier, the number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Ukraine exceeded 24,800 as of Wednesday morning, June 3. Of them, 483 cases were registered in the past 24 hours.

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