On Sunday evening, Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Jarad condemned a popular “relaxation” in terms of adherence to measures to prevent the emerging corona virus, whose daily infections are accelerating.
On Sunday evening, the Algerian Prime Minister Abdelaziz Jarrad condemned the “relaxation” of the people in terms of adherence to measures to prevent the virus. Corona Novelty whose daily injuries are accelerating.
According to a statement reported by the Algerian News Agency, “After controlling the health situation and recording very encouraging results, today signs of relaxation appear that invite us to fear the re-emergence of hotbeds of infection again, which should urge us, not only to caution, but rather we must first of all. To ensure stronger mobilization and the commitment of everyone to curb the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). ”
The statement added that the government “urges citizens to increase their vigilance, stay in solidarity, and continue to fight the Coronavirus (Covid-19) firmly,” while the pandemic is witnessing a “worrying recovery at the international level and a tendency towards an exacerbation of the epidemiological situation.”
The Prime Minister’s statement stressed the need to “continue to exercise individual and collective responsibility to protect the lives of the sick and / or the vulnerable, and the lives of our citizens, and to share the burden that our valiant medical and paramedical teams bear in particular”.
He added that “in this special period, which is characterized by a controlled and gradual resumption of economic activity, school and university entry, and the resumption of Friday prayers in mosques, all efforts must be made to maintain the utmost vigilance and preserve all preventive and protection measures that have enabled us so far to protect ourselves from any situation. Any health insurance may be held.
After a slow decline for weeks in the number of daily injuries, Algeria, which continues to close its borders, has witnessed an acceleration in the rate of injuries for about ten days.
Algeria, with a population of 44 million, has recorded 56,143 cases of Covid-19 since the first outbreak of the epidemic on its soil on February 25, including 1914 deaths and about 40,000 recoveries.