MOBILE AID STATIONS OPERATE AT THE EECPS ON THE CONTACT LINE IN QUARANTINE CONDITIONS

08.07.2020 | 17:58

A mobile aid station operates on EECP "Novotroitske" in Donetsk oblast to assist civilians in quarantine conditions.

It may temporarily accommodate those who are unable to install the mobile application "Dii vdoma" during the crossing of the contact line with the territory of Ukraine temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation in quarantine conditions due to the epidemic COVID-2019.

Unit is equipped with beds, provided with protection and disinfection means and everything necessary for temporary stay of people in quarantine conditions in order to prevent the spread of acute respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 on the territory of Ukraine. The rescue team of the State Service for Emergency Situations is constantly on duty at the aid station. Similar stations operate at other EECPs in Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts.

Ukraine strictly adheres to anti-epidemic measures, but at the same time understands the urgent needs of its citizens, who have been compelled to stay on non-Government controlled territory.

Let us recall, that on June 28 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted another decision to simplify the crossing of the contact line and the administrative line with the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts and the Ukrainian Peninsula temporarily occupied by Russia.

Currently Ukraine has an adaptive quarantine regime. Being aware that during the period of forced restrictions on movement due to quarantine people have accumulated a lot of problems of humanitarian nature, it was decided to resume the work of the EECP “Mariinka” and EECP “Stanytsia Luhanska” in a regulated regime.

Information: Priority in crossing of the EECP for the period of adaptive quarantine will be given to citizens for social-humanitarian reasons with supporting documents on hand and to those who travel to pass the external independent testing.

Moreover, citizens who cross EECP from the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine will undergo contactless body temperature screening and interviews on contact with COVID-19 patients.

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MOBILE AID STATIONS OPERATE AT THE EECPS ON THE CONTACT LINE IN QUARANTINE CONDITIONS

08.07.2020 | 17:58

A mobile aid station operates on EECP "Novotroitske" in Donetsk oblast to assist civilians in quarantine conditions.

It may temporarily accommodate those who are unable to install the mobile application "Dii vdoma" during the crossing of the contact line with the territory of Ukraine temporarily occupied by the Russian Federation in quarantine conditions due to the epidemic COVID-2019.

Unit is equipped with beds, provided with protection and disinfection means and everything necessary for temporary stay of people in quarantine conditions in order to prevent the spread of acute respiratory disease COVID-19 caused by coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 on the territory of Ukraine. The rescue team of the State Service for Emergency Situations is constantly on duty at the aid station. Similar stations operate at other EECPs in Luhansk and Donetsk Oblasts.

Ukraine strictly adheres to anti-epidemic measures, but at the same time understands the urgent needs of its citizens, who have been compelled to stay on non-Government controlled territory.

Let us recall, that on June 28 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted another decision to simplify the crossing of the contact line and the administrative line with the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts and the Ukrainian Peninsula temporarily occupied by Russia.

Currently Ukraine has an adaptive quarantine regime. Being aware that during the period of forced restrictions on movement due to quarantine people have accumulated a lot of problems of humanitarian nature, it was decided to resume the work of the EECP “Mariinka” and EECP “Stanytsia Luhanska” in a regulated regime.

Information: Priority in crossing of the EECP for the period of adaptive quarantine will be given to citizens for social-humanitarian reasons with supporting documents on hand and to those who travel to pass the external independent testing.

Moreover, citizens who cross EECP from the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine will undergo contactless body temperature screening and interviews on contact with COVID-19 patients.

da90d220-c12b-11ea-9aff-a3ca7370320e.jpg