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Due to growing number of COVID-19 cases in Lviv, strict quarantine possible – Sadovy
KYIV. Sept 13 (Interfax-Ukraine) – Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy says that if the dynamics of the increase in COVID-19 patients in the city continues within the next month, a strict quarantine will be introduced.
"Now we are in the green zone, but if you look at the dynamics, you will be surprised. A month ago there were 30 patients with coronavirus in the emergency hospital, and today there are about 200 such patients in this medical institution. If such dynamics will continue for next month, we will have a strict quarantine," the mayor said in the morning on Lux FM radio, the press service of the city council reports.
He said that the situation remained calm during the summer, which caused people to relax, stop wearing masks and keep their distance.
"Now we are seeing growth. If we do not take care of ourselves and observe all the quarantine restrictions, we will get sick en masse. We ask everyone to be wise and take care of themselves," the mayor of Lviv said.