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Points of Unbreakability: new work schedules and a unified set of services

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Points of Unbreakability: new work schedules and a unified set of services

Points of Unbreakability located throughout Ukraine to keep citizens warm during blackouts will work according to new standards. Learn more about what the upgraded points are equipped with

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In connection with large-scale shelling of energy infrastructure facilities, "Points of Invincibility" began to work in Ukraine. These are places where Ukrainians will be able to get the necessary help in the event of a complete blackout.


Recently, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted new rules regarding the organization and operation of "Points of Invincibility". The relevant information appeared on the website of the Government Portal.


The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Denys Shmyhal, noted that Ukrainians will have access to the same set of services in the updated and improved "Points of Invincibility".


What will the updated "Points of Invincibility" be equipped with?


• points will work 24/7;

• will be provided with generators and a sufficient amount of fuel;

• have autonomous heating;

• will be able to provide uninterrupted access to the Internet, in particular, will be equipped with Starlink terminals;

• will have uninterrupted communication for calling emergency services;

• will be provided with a sufficient supply of drinking and technical water;

• will have sets of personal hygiene products;

• will have equipped toilets.


According to the Prime Minister, the so-called "Points of Unbreakability" will be able to fully provide for the basic needs of Ukrainians in the event of a complete blackout until the time of restoration of electricity supply.


"Today, there are more than 5,000 "Points of Invincibility" operating in Ukraine. We are doing everything possible to increase this number by at least three times", - Shmyhal noted.


Social workers, public organizations, doctors, psychologists and volunteers will work in "Points of Unbreakability". Each "Point of Unbreakability" will be guarded by the police, security service or volunteers.

For the convenience of finding the nearest "Points of Unbreakability" to your location, a special site - nezlamnist.gov.ua, which has a map of such points all over the country, is already working.


Attention! "Points of Unbreakability" are also located near the battle line (Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv and Kherson regions), but for security reasons they cannot be shown on the website. You can find out their addresses and locations in local self-government bodies, regional or district military administrations.


We will remind you! Previously, we wrote about how pharmacies, subways, pump stations and shopping malls of the capital will work in the event of a long-term power outage. Detailed information on this can be found at the link.

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