More than 50 babies born to surrogate mothers have been left stranded in a Ukrainian hotel because the lockdown means new parents from overseas are unable to collect them.
Foreigners have not been allowed into Ukraine since authorities there issued a travel ban in March.
As a result of the restrictions, which are in place until at least 22 May, many parents have only seen their children through video calls and pictures.
The Hotel Venice, which is located on the outskirts of Kiev, has 51 babies that have yet to be collected by their parents.
The building, which is owned by the clinic BioTexCom, is normally used by parents who stay there while picking up their children.
The Ukrainian government has said that parents are only allowed to enter the country following a request from their respective embassy.
Lyudmyla Denisova, the human rights ombudsman for the Ukrainian parliament, said that