Jeenbekov: It's too early to conclude that COVID-19 situation has stabilized
"Specialists inform that "the situation is stabilizing, the number of admissions to hospitals and inpatient centers is decreasing". This is a positive sign, but it's too early to jump to conclusions," Kyrgyz President Sooronbay Jeenbekov said in another interview with the Birinchi Radio of Public Broadcasting Corporation of the Kyrgyz Republic, Trend reports citing Kabar.
He noted the situation in the world with the coronavirus infection has not fully stabilized.
"As you can see, in some countries, including developed ones, where it was believed that the outbreak had subsided and quarantine had been lifted, are facing with a growth of the disease again," Jeenbekov stressed.
The Kyrgyz leader said there is a special need for every citizen of Kyrgyzstan to continue taking responsibility for the situation and taking care of themselves and their loved ones.
"The main focus is on providing medicines, preparing our hospitals for the winter period, building new ones and converting old hospitals according to the new requirements. We strictly control this work, the Government is actively working in this direction," Jeenbekov noted.
The President stressed that state bodies and the Government could not rectify the situation alone.
"If each of us shows civic responsibility, we will overcome this disease," he added.
Sooronbay Jeenbekov once again expressed his deepest condolences to the families and relatives of the victims of the coronavirus infection.
"July 30 was declared the Day of National Mourning. We paid tribute to the memory of the victims of the coronavirus infection and recited a memorial prayer for them. We are now experiencing one common fate. In unity and harmony, we will emerge from these difficult days," he said.