President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko expects that the difficult epidemiological situation in the country will continue for another month. He stated that on may 21 the meeting with the Minister of health Vladimir Carnicom and his assistant, Alexander Kosinets, said the press service of the head of state.
Lukashenko said that nice is impossible, but available evidence suggests that the situation is gradually improving.
“I see information control, but in any case can not relax. It is necessary to late to go this way and prove to everyone, especially in our country. We need to fight for people’s lives. It is necessary to keep struggling and to save people because that will be one indicator – deaths”, – said Lukashenko.
He believes that the Ministry of health is well organized in terms of the epidemic.
“And most importantly, what are you studying everyday experience. I wish you made it. Probably, until we finally get away from that month, we still have to wallow”, – said the head of state.
According to Lukashenko, in some cities such as Minsk and Vitebsk, the incidence was already on the decline.
“We came to a plateau and see what went down. Minsk, Vitebsk – they used to, especially Vitebsk, included in this issue, and they have come out. You see that the place is free. Where we reserved oncological, gynecological bed, or something else, we don’t need them, they should be put, clean, wash”, – said the President.
According to data of the Ministry of health of Belarus on 20 may, the country coronavirus confirmed in 32, 426, 179 of them died, and 11 415 is already cured. Belarusian opposition journalists believe that the official statistics on the coronavirus in the country unreliable.
During the epidemic of Belarus has not closed its borders, not to stop the operation of businesses, shops, food establishments and education. Also, there was no ban on mass gatherings, despite the fact that the experts of the world health organization urged the authorities to introduce restrictive measures.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. According to data from the American Johns Hopkins University, the total number of infected people in the world exceeded 5 million, of which more than 1.9 million recovered, and 329,1 thousand died.