Almost 90% of the restaurants in Ukraine was opened after the crisis c COVID-19

Eighty-six percent of cafes and restaurants in Ukraine has returned to work after the crisis caused by the consequences COVID-19, said the country's Prime Minister Denis Shmyhal.

"The business continues to recover after the quarantine. The number of unemployed decreases. Now in Ukraine are already working 86% of cafes and restaurants from pre-crisis levels. As I said, economic recovery should begin in the 3rd quarter of this year," wrote Smigel in Facebook.

The government of Ukraine from March 12 due to the outbreak of COVID-19 introduced a nationwide quarantine for a month, later it was prolonged several times. The Cabinet also decided to soften a number of restrictive measures on may 11 in connection with a controlled epidemiological situation. On the first of the five stages of relaxation of constraints, the Ukrainian authorities have allowed the work of hairdressers and beauty salons, has opened a summer Playground cafes and restaurants, the ban was lifted on walks in the parks, resumed work the food stores. Then Ukraine launched a second phase in which the resumed work of public transport, hotels and kindergartens.

Since June 1, Ukraine has begun the third stage of the weakening of the quarantine allowed the work pools and gyms, and resumed the movement of railway transport and intercity transport vehicles. June 5, including resumed domestic flights, you are allowed full operation of the eating places in most regions, and on 15 June resumed international flights.

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