With a communication on Facebook, Prime Minister Edi Rama again invites the population to respect the measures taken by the government.
"We cannot avoid the infection, but we can slow it down with the measures taken so that the health system works properly, to have all the necessary beds and equipment available to patients." said Rama
“Only in the third week will we understand the situation better, restrictive measures are necessary and in the meantime we seek treatment. These measures give us time and if we don't stop the infections we won't have enough beds. A 65 year old versa is in serious condition with assisted breathing.
Fortunately we have this hot and sunny climate and we can keep the windows open all day so we turn off the air conditioning which is another enemy in this war.
But despite the climate we must not go out as it happened in the last days on the shores of the lake in Tirana or Shkoder without any preventive measures. The worst is yet to come.
I don't want to scare you, I just want to inform you.
I don't say anything without consulting the experts. Before communication I get their approval. Restrictive measures are necessary because if we do not slow down the spread, the number of those who will be hospitalized will be far greater than the beds we have available and this is a problem that everyone has. This is not training like those that took place during the communist period to prepare for the war against imperialism. This is a real war with an invisible enemy, and we are all soldiers. Strange soldiers as we are not asked for anything more than patience. Patience, Patience, Patience.
We are all at home; for example I am doing yoga. Try it too and you'll agree with me. "
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