The Ministry of health of Ukraine announced the extension of the quarantine, which, under the previously approved orders had to be completed by 31 July. What is the term of extended quarantine, the government has not yet clarified. However, the Kiev city administration has warned citizens of the capital that restrictions related to the pandemic coronavirus may continue to operate until 2022.The specialists of the Ministry of health of Ukraine is preparing a draft resolution on the renewal of the quarantine across the country. About it in interview “RBC-Ukraine” said the head of the Ministry of Maxim Stepanov. “We have a July 31 ends the quarantine. The epidemiological situation is now, we cannot abandon the restrictive measures. Therefore, we will extend”,— said the Minister.According to him, the draft resolution should be submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers already next week. The specific terms of the action of the prolonged quarantine is not yet established. ‘Mr. Stepanov noted that the restrictive measures be extended for at least one month.”At this point in Kiev has very high rates of morbidity. And of any easing of the quarantine has yet to be achieved. How long will extended adaptive quarantine after 31 July will depend on the level of morbidity. The figures that we see and analyze today, not happy. At these rates in an adaptive quarantine we will be next year and a half,”— said the head of the Metropolitan Rospotrebsoyuz Oleg Ruban edition of “Today.”Previously, Mr. Ruban warned that the wearing of masks in public places and in transport may be required for at least two years prior to the formation in Kiev of a sustainable collective immunity to coronavirus.The Ministry of education and science (MES) of Ukraine is engaged in developing several plans for the upcoming academic year, the implementation of which will depend on the epidemiological situation. If by September 1, the spread of the epidemic will not be able to cope, pupils and students will be transferred to remote or partially remote learning. In the second case in the classroom will be taught only part of the items remaining will be available online. If you can achieve a significant reduction in the number of cases, schools and universities will open for students. But on special terms. Wednesday at the daily briefing by the Minister of health announced that educational institutions will be permitted to enter people without masks in the classroom to store the stock of antiseptics, and the teachers and students will be required to measure the temperature. In addition, it is possible the transition of schools to work in shifts in order to classes were less people and pupils, it would be easier to keep the social��th distance. The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky believes that students must return to classes, rather than trying to master the program remotely. He said this to journalists during his visit to the Volyn region a week ago. Then Mr. Zelensky explained that not all settlements of the country there is a steady Internet connection, allowing users to study online.The health Ministry late last week said that Ukraine has sent official requests for the provision of vaccines against coronavirus to the pharmaceutical companies, which are developing the drug. The Ministry hopes that Ukraine will be in the list of countries that will receive the vaccine in the first place, of course, after it is created and pass all clinical trials.147 of them — and this is a record figure since the beginning of the pandemic is discovered in Kiev.”For the period of the pandemic from the coronavirus in Kiev died at 126. The oldest patient was 95 years old, the youngest is 25. Just over 62% of deaths from coronavirus— people older than 65 years. The majority of patients had chronic disease. Mostly hypertension, diabetes and obesity,”— said in the Telegram the head of administration of the Ukrainian capital Vitali Klitschko. He also explained that a record number of cases in Kiev due to the fact that the city is holding most of the tests for the coronavirus in the country — 111 for every 100 thousand inhabitants.Matthew Shimanov, Kiev