According to the head of the regional authorities, Vitaly Kim, the restrictions will come into force on Friday at 11 pm local time (10 pm Polish time). Kim, whose words are quoted by the Ukrinform agency, urged citizens to respond to these ordinances of the authorities with understanding.
An extended curfew is being introduced in Mykolaiv — from 11:00 p.m. on August 5 to 5:00 a.m. on August 8, said regional governor Vitaly Kim.— Hromadske Int. (@Hromadske) August 5, 2022
On July 20, Kim announced the intention to close Mykolaiv "for a few days" to search for and arrest collaborators and traitors.
The Mykolaiv region, including the region's main city, has been under intense shelling by Russian troops for days.
At the end of July, the Russians shelled residential areas of Mykolaiv several times, including cluster shells. The regional authorities announced cash rewards in July for the detection of individuals who help Russian troops to direct fire on targets.
⚡️Last night, Mykolaiv was fired on actually four times, two districts of the city came under rocket attacks,- the mayor of the city Oleksandr Senkevych. Only in the center of Mykolaiv more than 10 private houses, three high-rise buildings and an office building were damaged. pic.twitter.com/yGpXmLtoXG— Flash (@Flash43191300) August 4, 2022
Source: Poland Daily 24, PAP