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Top 5 News Stories 27 June

Top 5 News Stories 27 June

  1. In Kyiv, 1 115 people were diagnosed with coronavirus in the past 24 hours, mostly in the Darnytskyi district. It is a record number of cases. In total, the capital has 4 724 confirmed cases of COVID-19 but 1 490 Kyiv residents have recovered from the coronavirus while 17 people have recovered in the past 24 hours. Source

 

  1. Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko is considering the possibility of returning to strict quarantine measures in the capital. “Recently, the epidemiological situation in the capital has deteriorated. You can see for yourself how many new cases we have every day”, Klitschko said. The Mayor emphasized that people have stopped following basic safety rules. Source

 

  1. The police broke up Kyiv’s bar “HVLV” and their “KyivPride” party. Participants were accused of violating quarantine measures. An administrative protocol will be drawn up for the bar owners. They plan to establish with lawyers whether there was a reason for the police to disrupt the event. Source

 

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  1. Police interrogators are starting work in Ukraine. Investigators will investigate unscrupulous thefts, minor injuries and petty fraud, illicit drug trafficking, and similar charges. The National Police is ready to launch a pre-trial investigation of petty criminal offenses in the form of an inquiry in Ukraine. Source

 

  1. Very soon Ukrainians will celebrate one of the most important state holidays – Constitution Day.  As the holiday falls on Sunday, 28 June , the residents of Ukraine will have three days off. The anniversary of the adoption of the Basic Law of the country in Ukraine is celebrated annually since 1996, on 28 June .  It was on this day 24 years ago, that the Verkhovna Rada adopted the Constitution of independent Ukraine.  The holiday is official and is celebrated at the state level. Source
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