Mayor of Nikolaev: since Monday all Nikolaev schools and higher education institutions will be closed, and in the Executive Committee of the City Soviet of People's Deputies will go in gauze bandages

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Since Monday all schools and higher education institutions of Nikolayevshchina will be closed - school students and students will send to three-week vacation. The mayor reported about itVladimir Chaika, which took part this morning in selector meeting with the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko.

The mayor told that the decision to close all educational institutions in all areas of Ukraine irrespective of an epidemiological situation was made. According to the mayor, in Nikolaev such measures are taken for the purpose of prevention of distribution of flu.

"Now in Nikolaev ring round all heads of educational institutions to report about the government decision", - V. Chaika noted.

Also in the city for this period to avoid a big congestion of people, all mass actions will be stopped.

One more innovation is obligatory gauze bandages for employees of shops and supermarkets, and also for drivers of public transport - minibuses, trams and trolleybuses. "It is that category of citizens who contact to people most. Also since Monday in gauze bandages will go and in the Executive Committee of the City Soviet of People's Deputies", - Vladimir Chaika reported.

The mayor told that because in drugstores it is now quite heavy to get gauze bandages, he will speak with heads of the Nikolaev enterprises who will be able to sew them. Therefore in Nikolaev of deficiency of gauze bandages won't be, V. Chaika assured.

The mayor noted that in the city there will be also no rise in prices for drugs - drugstores will be checked. He told that at selector meeting of premieres gave an assignment to create special group for establishment and fixing of the prices of medicines and medical equipment.

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