The Kyiv and Kharkiv subways resumed operation on May 25 after two months of quarantine imposed to combat the spread of coronavirus. To enter the subway systems, passengers are required to wear masks or respirators and they must have no symptoms of cold, the CFTS portal reports.

Subway stations are operating normally, but time restrictions may be imposed on entry to some stations to avoid crowds.

Only passengers wearing masks or respirators will be allowed into the Kharkiv subway. The Kharkiv city council’s resolution on reopening the subway states that temperature screenings at subway stations should be performed or passenger access restricted.

The Dnipro subway has not yet reopened, but other modes of public transport have resumed operation without special tickets.

As the CFTS portal reported earlier, the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers decided on May 20 to gradually resume operation of public transport from May 22.