Kyiv: Important news of the day | March 11th

Kyiv continues to live and work under martial law. The day in the capital passed quietly. There are no curfew changes: it will last every night from 20:00 to 07:00.

The city’s critical infrastructure works smoothly. The metro operates in a limited way and as a refuge for the quivives. Martial law also works under martial law. The movement is organized whenever possible. Transportation continues to transport kiivitas from 08:00 to 19:00.

Soldiers from the Armed Forces, the Defense Forces, the police and other security forces continue to prepare the capital for defense.

The capital’s medical institutions no doubt issue prescriptions for preferred medicines and medicines defined by the “Affordable Medicines” program.

You can get a discounted prescription from a specialist at the Diagnostic and Diagnostic Center. Prescription for the program “Affordable Medicines” – from the doctor with whom the statement was signed

We remind you that pharmacies accept both electronic and paper prescriptions.

The list of public pharmacies in operation since March 11 has been updated here: https://cutt.ly/mAJ6qkb

The map of pharmacies working in the capital is updated at the following link: https://cutt.ly/GAqtqtN

The map of operational service stations is now available in Kyiv Digital

The map is available at the link https://bit.ly/kyiv-car-services

If you are a representative of a running gas station but are not on the map, please fill out the form.

The information is up to date.

The capital’s zoo has everything you need for at least two or three weeks to open its doors to visitors after the victory.

It will be recalled that the capital’s zoo has a critical number of employees (about 50 people) – zoo keepers, veterinarians, engineering service and others – are on site throughout the day. Workers: take care of the animals.

The zoo currently provides electricity, water, heat and food. The rations of the animals were adjusted by the veterinary service of the institution in accordance with the generally accepted standard of exchangeable food. The animals are cared for 24 hours a day.

The humanitarian headquarters works in Kyiv: https://potreby.kyivcity.gov.ua/

The headquarters provides essential medicines, food and products, especially to those who need it most. Single and elderly people, people with disabilities, mothers with small children.

An electronic platform has been created through which everyone who has the opportunity can join the city’s support in the following areas: medicines and medicines, food, basic necessities, logistics services, human resources (volunteers) .

Humanitarian staff map – https://cutt.ly/0AjSQya

EN

Kyiv: Important news of the day. March 11th

Kyiv continues to live and operate under martial law. It was a quiet day. There have been no curfew changes so far; it still lasts every night from 8pm to 7am.

The city’s critical infrastructure operates uninterrupted. The metro and public land transport operate at a limited capacity and on limited routes from 08:00 to 19:00. Metro stations also now serve as shelters.

Military troops, territorial defense forces and police are relentlessly preparing the city for defense.

Kyiv hospitals issue prescriptions for medicines and pharmaceuticals under the Affordable Medicines Program.

You can get a prescription from a specialist at the Diagnostic and Counseling Center. The prescription for the Affordable Medicines Program can be obtained from the doctor with whom you signed the service statement.

Please note that pharmacies accept both electronic and paper prescriptions.

Map of municipal pharmacies that operate from March 11 https://cutt.ly/mAJ6qkb

The map of operating pharmacies is updated at this link https://cutt.ly/GAqtqtN

The map of car repair shops is now available on the Kyiv Digital app

The map is available at this link: https://bit.ly/kyiv-car-services

If you represent a running car repair shop but are not on the map, please fill out the form available at the link.

This information is updated periodically.

Kyiv Zoo has everything you need for a minimum of 2-3 weeks to open its doors to visitors after the victory

As a reminder, the critical number of workers at the Kyiv Zoo (about 50 people) (about 50 people) (zoo keepers, veterinarians, maintenance staff and others) are on site 24 hours a day. Workers take care of the animals.

The zoo currently has electricity, water, heat and pet food. The zoo’s veterinary team adjusted the animals’ rations according to generally accepted rules of interchangeable food. The animals are being cared for 24 hours a day.

The Humanitarian Headquarters operates in Kyiv: https://potreby.kyivcity.gov.ua/

The headquarters is providing medicines, food and basic necessities, especially to those who need it most, such as single and elderly people, people with disabilities and mothers with young children.

The headquarters has created an online platform through which anyone can support the city in the following areas:

  • Medicines and pharmaceuticals
  • Food
  • Essential elements
  • Logistics services
  • Volunteers

Map of humanitarian headquartershttps://cutt.ly/0AjSQya

Leave a Comment