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An aerial view of a public bus depot seen in Kyiv, Ukraine, Sunday, March 22. 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public transport starting from Sunday to strengthen anti-coronavirus quarantine measures. For some people the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, but for some it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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An aerial view of a public bus depot seen in Kyiv, Ukraine, Sunday, March 22. 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public transport starting from Sunday to strengthen anti-coronavirus quarantine measures. For some people the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, but for some it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Communal workers clean and disinfect a sidewalk in front of residential buildings as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)

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Communal workers clean and disinfect a sidewalk in front of residential buildings as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant at an outdoor fitness ground as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odessa on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Oleksandr GIMANOV / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant at a children's playground as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odessa on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Oleksandr GIMANOV / AFP)

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A woman excersises at an outdoor fitness ground as an employee wearing protective gear disinfects an area as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odessa on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Oleksandr GIMANOV / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant at a children's playground as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Ukrainian Black Sea port of Odessa on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Oleksandr GIMANOV / AFP)

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A woman wearing a face mask, amid concerns of the COVID-19 coronavirus, walks in front of frescos of Mykhaylo Gold Domes cathedral in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 20, 2020. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A deliveryman wearing a protective face mask pauses by a double-deck tourist bus decorated with a huge mask in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dniprom until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - Pharmacists wearing face masks are seen behind polyethylene membrane set around the counter in a pharmacy in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine has confirmed fourteen cases of COVID-19 and two death according to official figures published on March 18, 2020. (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)

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TOPSHOT - A young man uses his smartphone as he sits on a platform at the deserted railway station in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dniprom until April 3. (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)

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A street vendor wearing a protective face mask sells coffee and confectionery at a bus stop in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A street vendor wearing a protective face mask sells coffee and confectionery at a bus stop under an advertisement banner of a payday lender reading "Fast Money" in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A woman wearing a protective face mask walks on a deserted square in front of a closed shopping mall in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A policeman guards in the hall of the closed Independence Square metro station in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dniprom until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A policeman guards in the hall of the closed Independence Square metro station in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dniprom until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee walks in the hall of the closed Independence Square metro station in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 18, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dniprom until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Ukrainians wearing face masks sit on a public bus in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public places except food markets, pharmacies and gas stations starting from Tuesday in Kyiv and other regions, and restrict the use of public transport from Kyiv to other Ukrainian cities. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Ukrainians wearing face masks look at the latest news on a phone in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public places except food markets, pharmacies and gas stations starting from Tuesday in Kyiv and other regions, and restrict the use of public transport from Kyiv to other Ukrainian cities. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A couple walk past an empty street side cafe in Odessa, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public places except food markets, pharmacies and gas stations starting from Tuesday in Kyiv and seven other regions, and restrict public movement from Kyiv to other Ukrainian cities to strengthen anti-coronavirus quarantine measures. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems. (AP Photo/Sergei Poliakov)

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Law enforcement officers wearing protective face masks guard outside the parliament in Kiev during its extraordinary session on March 17, 2020, as activists of different Ukrainian opposition parties rally demanding to stop the parliament's work for quarantine and not to consider the laws ambiguously perceived in society, while limits on mass gatherings over coronavirus fears are on place. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A security guard wearing a protective face mask is seen behind the door of a pick-up point of Ukraine's Rozetka online retailer as people keep distance from each other while queuing outside, in downtown Kiev on March 17, 2020. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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People keep distance from each other while queuing outside a pick-up point of Ukraine's Rozetka online retailer in downtown Kiev on March 17, 2020. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Two women wearing face masks due to fears of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) rest at a bench in downtown Kiev on March 17, 2020. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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A woman wearing a face mask due to fears of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) uses her smartphone in front of a closed restaurant in downtown Kiev on March 17, 2020. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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A woman wearing a protective face mask walks at Kiev's Independence Square on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A couple wearing protective face masks walks at Kiev's Independence Square on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A woman wearing a protective face mask walks in front of a sign reading "Kiev" in the center of the Ukrainian capital on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Two young women wearing protective face masks walk in front of a sign reading "Kiev" in the center of the Ukrainian capital on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An elderly man uses hand sanitizer as a security person wearing a protective face mask guards at the entrance to a shopping mall in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A warning placard reading "Coronavirus" is seen on a shop window as a security person wearing a protective face mask guards at the entrance to a shopping mall in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A security person wearing a protective face mask guards at the entrance to a shopping mall in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A security person wearing a protective face mask guards at the entrance to a shopping mall in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A woman wearing a protective face mask walks past a closed souvenir shop in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A man carries plastic bags with food as he leaves a supermarket in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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People keep distance from each other while queuing outside a pick-up point of Ukraine's Rozetka online retailer in downtown Kiev on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A deliveryman for Glovo rides a scooter in the deserted Old Town area in Lviv on March 17, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". (Photo by Yuri DYACHYSHYN / AFP)

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6198611 17.03.2020 A street deserted amid the coronavirus disease pandemic is pictured, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198660 17.03.2020 A young woman wearing a protective mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is pictured in Odessa, Ukraine. Igor Maslov / Sputnik

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6198595 17.03.2020 A cashier wearing a protective face mask disinfects her working place amid the coronavirus disease pandemic at a supermarket, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198586 17.03.2020 A poster reading "Closed for quarantine" is hang on a door of a cafe amid the coronavirus disease pandemic, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198588 17.03.2020 A cashier wearing a protective face mask amid the coronavirus disease pandemic works at a supermarket, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198805 17.03.2020 A man fixes a poster on the entrance to Globus shopping mall closed amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease pandemic, in Kiev, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198799 17.03.2020 A man poses for a photo at the Independence Square deserted amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease pandemic, in Kiev, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198801 17.03.2020 A man looks at McDonald's restaurant closed amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease pandemic, in Kiev, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198613 17.03.2020 Women wearing protective face masks amid the coronavirus disease pandemic walk in a street, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198662 17.03.2020 People wearing a protective mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are pictured in Odessa, Ukraine. Igor Maslov / Sputnik

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6198603 17.03.2020 A woman wearing a protective face mask amid the coronavirus disease pandemic walks past closed shops, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198682 17.03.2020 A man wearing a protective mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is pictured in Odessa, Ukraine. Igor Maslov / Sputnik

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6198597 17.03.2020 A woman wearing a protective face mask amid the coronavirus disease pandemic walks in a street, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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6198605 17.03.2020 A woman wearing a protective face mask amid the coronavirus disease pandemic walks in a street, in Lviv, Ukraine. The Ukrainian cabinet decided to suspend bus, air and rail services, as well as subway operation from 10:00 a.m. GMT March 18 to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The cabinet imposed quarantine from March 12 to April 3 in all educational establishments and banned public events. Stringer / Sputnik

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Ukrainians wearing a face masks walk in centrla Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public places except food markets, pharmacies and gas stations starting from Tuesday in Kyiv and seven other regions, and restrict public movement from Kyiv to other Ukrainian cities to strengthen anti-coronavirus quarantine measures. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems.(AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A Ukrainian man dressed as a clown walks in central Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. Ukrainian authorities ruled to close public places except food markets, pharmacies and gas stations starting from Tuesday in Kyiv and seven other regions, and restrict public movement from Kyiv to other Ukrainian cities to strengthen anti-coronavirus quarantine measures. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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In this image made from video, a soldier in a face mask stops cars on a checkpoint in Mayorsk, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. The Ukrainian authorities have closed all checkpoints in eastern separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions within framework of the state anti-coronavirus quarantine program.For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness. (APTN via AP)

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In this image made from video soldiers put up barbed wire at a checkpoint in Mayorsk, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. The Ukrainian authorities have closed all checkpoints in eastern separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions within framework of the state anti-coronavirus quarantine program. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness.(APTN via AP)

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In this image made from video, a soldier in a face mask checks temperature of an elderly woman on a checkpoint in Mayorsk, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. The Ukrainian authorities have closed all checkpoints in eastern separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions within framework of the state anti-coronavirus quarantine program. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness. (APTN via AP)

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In this image made from video, a soldier in a face mask watches on at a checkpoint in Mayorsk, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. The Ukrainian authorities have closed all checkpoints in eastern separatist Donetsk and Luhansk regions within framework of the state anti-coronavirus quarantine program. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness. (APTN via AP)

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A Ukrainian border guard blocks transport on a Ukrainian-Polish state border in Krakovets, Western Ukraine, Monday, March 16, 2020. The Ukrainian authorities have closed the state borders within framework of the state anti-coronavirus quarantine program. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms. For some it can cause more severe illness, especially in older adults and people with existing health problems.(AP Photo/Mykola Tys)

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A female Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask helps an elderly woman coming back from Ukraine to the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY VOLSKIY / AFP)

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A female Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks the temperature of a woman queueing to enter Ukraine from the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY VOLSKIY / AFP)

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A female Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks the temperature of a woman queueing to enter Ukraine from the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY VOLSKIY / AFP)

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An Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks the passport of a woman queueing to enter Ukraine from the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY VOLSKIY / AFP)

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An Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks passports of people leaving Ukraine and heading to the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by Evgeniya MAKSYMOVA / AFP)

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An Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask searches a car and checks the passport of a woman leaving Ukraine and heading to the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country's Security and Defence Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY VOLSKIY / AFP)

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Ukrainian border guards wearing protective face masks are seen at the checkpoint with the territories controlled by Russia-backed separatists near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by Evgeniya MAKSYMOVA / AFP)

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Ukrainian border guards wearing protective face masks are seen at the checkpoint with the territories controlled by Russia-backed separatists near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by Evgeniya MAKSYMOVA / AFP)

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People leaving Ukraine walk towards the territory controlled by Russia-backed separatists at the checkpoint near Novotroitske village, Donetsk region, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by Evgeniya MAKSYMOVA / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard checks the temperature of a man at the Goptivka chekpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by Evgeniya MAKSYMOVA / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks the temperature of a woman at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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Ukrainian border guards wearing protective face masks are seen at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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Ukrainian border guards wearing protective face masks are seen at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask is seen at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard searches a car at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks a car at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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An elderly woman walks past Ukrainian border guards wearing protective face masks at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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A Ukrainian border guard wearing a protective face mask checks the temperature of a man at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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A woman walks at the Goptivka checkpoint, near Kharkiv on the Ukrainian-Russian border, on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine said Friday it would close its borders to foreigners for at least two weeks and stop all flights to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, as it reported its first COVID-19 fatality. "Ukraine's borders will be closed to foreign citizens for two weeks," Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the country Security and Defense Council, told reporters, adding that the measure will take effect in 48 hours. (Photo by SERGEY BOBOK / AFP)

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Two women wearing protective face masks due to fears of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) chat to each other in downtown Kiev on March 16, 2020. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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People wearing face masks as preventive measures against the COVID-19 outbreak, caused by the novel coronavirus, walk in the center of Kiev on March 16, 2020. - The mayor of Ukrainian capital Kiev said on March 16 it would join the growing number of major cities to close bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of coronavirus. Ukraine had already implemented drastic preventative measures including banning foreigners, and it will stop all flights to and from the country from March 17. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A woman walks past a closed cafe in the center of the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 16, 2020. - Ukraine late on March 16, 2020 announced shutdowns of public transport, bars, restaurants and shopping malls to stem the spread of the coronavirus after President Volodymyr Zelensky promised to act "harshly, urgently, perhaps unpopularly". The government supported Zelensky's proposals and introduced restrictions on domestic movement, including full closure of the country's three metro systems -- in Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipro -- until April 3. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. 16 Mar 2020 Pictured: Women wearing medical masks take a selfie in front of the mirror, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. 16 Mar 2020 Pictured: Woman wearing a medical mask is seen through the window of a bus, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. 16 Mar 2020 Pictured: Photographer takes a picture of a man in a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. 16 Mar 2020 Pictured: Woman wears a medical mask on the subway, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. 16 Mar 2020 Pictured: Man with a bicycle wears a medical mask in the street, Kyiv, capital of Ukraine. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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6198681 16.03.2020 People wearing a protective mask following an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are pictured in Odessa, Ukraine. Igor Maslov / Sputnik

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant inside a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant inside a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant inside a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant inside a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant inside a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Employees wearing protective gear disinfect a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Employees wearing protective gear disinfect a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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A employee wearing a protective facemask disinfects a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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Employees wearing protective gear rest after disinfecting a trolleybus in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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An employee disinfects a classroom of a school in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on March 12, 2020. - Ukrainian authorities announced on March 11 they were closing schools and universities across the country for three weeks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Ukrainian government said in a statement it was also banning all mass events in the country with more than 200 expected participants. The measures will take effect from March 12. (Photo by Sergei SUPINSKY / AFP)

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(200312) -- KIEV, March 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A staff member disinfects a bus in Kiev, Ukraine, March 12, 2020. Activities in schools and mass events will be limited in Kiev starting Thursday to prevent possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the capital city's mayor said on Wednesday. Public transport will work as usual and the vehicles are disinfected twice a day, the mayor said, urging residents not to panic and visit the doctor immediately once feeling unwell. Currently, only one coronavirus case has been confirmed in Ukraine, in the town of Chernivtsi. A total of 43 people are suspected of infection and placed under medical observation. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(200312) -- KIEV, March 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A staff member disinfects a bus in Kiev, Ukraine, March 12, 2020. Activities in schools and mass events will be limited in Kiev starting Thursday to prevent possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the capital city's mayor said on Wednesday. Public transport will work as usual and the vehicles are disinfected twice a day, the mayor said, urging residents not to panic and visit the doctor immediately once feeling unwell. Currently, only one coronavirus case has been confirmed in Ukraine, in the town of Chernivtsi. A total of 43 people are suspected of infection and placed under medical observation. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(200312) -- KIEV, March 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A staff member disinfects a bus in Kiev, Ukraine, March 12, 2020. Activities in schools and mass events will be limited in Kiev starting Thursday to prevent possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the capital city's mayor said on Wednesday. Public transport will work as usual and the vehicles are disinfected twice a day, the mayor said, urging residents not to panic and visit the doctor immediately once feeling unwell. Currently, only one coronavirus case has been confirmed in Ukraine, in the town of Chernivtsi. A total of 43 people are suspected of infection and placed under medical observation. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(200312) -- KIEV, March 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A staff member disinfects a bus in Kiev, Ukraine, March 12, 2020. Activities in schools and mass events will be limited in Kiev starting Thursday to prevent possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the capital city's mayor said on Wednesday. Public transport will work as usual and the vehicles are disinfected twice a day, the mayor said, urging residents not to panic and visit the doctor immediately once feeling unwell. Currently, only one coronavirus case has been confirmed in Ukraine, in the town of Chernivtsi. A total of 43 people are suspected of infection and placed under medical observation. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(200312) -- KIEV, March 12, 2020 (Xinhua) -- A staff member disinfects a bus in Kiev, Ukraine, March 12, 2020. Activities in schools and mass events will be limited in Kiev starting Thursday to prevent possible spread of the novel coronavirus, the capital city's mayor said on Wednesday. Public transport will work as usual and the vehicles are disinfected twice a day, the mayor said, urging residents not to panic and visit the doctor immediately once feeling unwell. Currently, only one coronavirus case has been confirmed in Ukraine, in the town of Chernivtsi. A total of 43 people are suspected of infection and placed under medical observation. (Photo by Sergey Starostenko/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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KIEV, UKRAINE - MARCH 12: Disinfection works are being carried out at the buses against coronavirus at Kurenivka trolleybus depot in Kiev, Ukraine, on March 12, 2020. Ukrainian authorities announced closure of all educational institutions and schools across the country for three weeks since March 12, and ban all mass events with more than 200 participants, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vladimir Shtanko / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KIEV, UKRAINE - MARCH 12: Disinfection works are being carried out at the buses against coronavirus at Kurenivka trolleybus depot in Kiev, Ukraine, on March 12, 2020. Ukrainian authorities announced closure of all educational institutions and schools across the country for three weeks since March 12, and ban all mass events with more than 200 participants, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vladimir Shtanko / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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KIEV, UKRAINE - MARCH 12: Disinfection works are being carried out at the buses against coronavirus at Kurenivka trolleybus depot in Kiev, Ukraine, on March 12, 2020. Ukrainian authorities announced closure of all educational institutions and schools across the country for three weeks since March 12, and ban all mass events with more than 200 participants, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vladimir Shtanko / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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KIEV, UKRAINE - MARCH 12: Disinfection works are being carried out at the buses against coronavirus at Kurenivka trolleybus depot in Kiev, Ukraine, on March 12, 2020. Ukrainian authorities announced closure of all educational institutions and schools across the country for three weeks since March 12, and ban all mass events with more than 200 participants, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vladimir Shtanko / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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KIEV, UKRAINE - MARCH 12: Disinfection works are being carried out at the buses against coronavirus at Kurenivka trolleybus depot in Kiev, Ukraine, on March 12, 2020. Ukrainian authorities announced closure of all educational institutions and schools across the country for three weeks since March 12, and ban all mass events with more than 200 participants, to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Vladimir Shtanko / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. 12 Mar 2020 Pictured: week quarantine to counter the new coronavirus COVID-19, due to the worldwide ?ovid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The quarantine in Ukraine provides for the closure of educational institutions, the ban on mass gatherings of more than 200 people, closure of air services with some countries. World Health Organisation declared the coronavirus a global pandemic on 11 March 2020. Photo credit: ZUMAPRESS.com / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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