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Odesa Oblast is an oblast (province) of southwestern Ukraine, located along the northern coast of the Black Sea. Its administrative centre is the city of Odesa. Population: 2,377,230 (2020 est.)

The region is the largest in Ukraine by area, is approximately the size of Belgium. The length of coastline (sea-coast and estuaries) reaches 300 km (190 mi), while the state border stretches for 1,200 km (750 mi). The region has eight seaports, over 80,000 ha (200,000 acres) of vineyards, and five of the biggest lakes in Ukraine. One of the largest, Yalpuh Lake, is as large as the city of Odessa itself.

Orange zone

Bed occupancy is from 50% to 75%, excluding children's and maternity wards.

  • Mass events with the participation of more than 20 people

  • Operation of accommodation establishments (hostels, tourist bases, etc.), except hotels

  • Planned hospitalizations in hospitals

  • Gyms, fitness centers, cultural institutions

  • Restrictions on the yellow and green zones are maintained.

Last updated

Monday, 14 February 2022

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