Zakarpattia

Confirmed cases

108,528

Recovered

89,086

Deaths

2,646

About

The Zakarpatska Oblast is an administrative oblast (province) located in southwestern Ukraine, coterminous with the historical region of Carpathian Ruthenia. Its administrative centre is the city of Uzhhorod. Other major cities within the oblast include Mukachevo, Khust, Berehove and Chop which is home to railroad transport infrastructure.


Zakarpatska Oblast was established on 22 January 1946, after the resignation of Czechoslovakia on the territory of Subcarpathian Ruthenia, annexed forcibly by the Soviet Union and attached to the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, under a treaty between Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Some scholars say that during the Ukrainian independence referendum held in 1991, Zakarpatska Oblast voters were given a separate option on whether or not they favoured autonomy for the region. Although a large majority favoured autonomy, it was not granted. However, this referendum was about self-government status, not about autonomy (like in Crimea).

Red zone

Outbreak. More than 320 infected per 100,000 of the population for 14 days. Bed occupancy is over 75% during, excluding child and maternity wards.


It is prohibited :

  • the work of catering establishments, except for targeted delivery and take-away orders;

  • work of educational institutions in which less than 100% of employees are fully vaccinated;

  • operation of shopping and entertainment centres and other entertainment establishments, cinemas, theatres, and the like;

  • the work of educational institutions, except for kindergartens and primary schools;

  • operation of non-food markets and shops, gyms, swimming pools and fitness centres,

  • holding mass events;

  • work of cultural institutions.

  • These restrictions will not apply if 100% of employees (organizers) and visitors (participants) of these institutions (events) are fully immunized and have a green COVID certificate, a negative PCR test or a rapid antigen test ( valid 72 hours) or a certificate of recovery.

Last updated

Monday, 14 February 2022

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