Do Not Ignore COVID-19 Warnings: Minister of Health Tells Citizens

Kabul: Following the spread of the third wave of the coronavirus in Afghanistan, Vahid Majrooh, the acting Minister of Health, said that the ministry has taken strict measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus; however, people should not ignore the danger posed by the virus.

Speaking at a news conference on Saturday, Mr Majrooh said that all public universities, schools and training centers in 16 provinces had been closed for two weeks due to the rising number of people infected with the coronavirus.

“It was a very difficult decision, but the goal was to prevent large gatherings in places. In the last two weeks, after Eid al-Fitr, the number of people infected with the coronavirus has increased in the country. Various statistics show that the cycle of the virus has increased throughout the country, especially in 16 provinces,” he said.

According to Majrooh, Afghan citizens disregarded health orders during the Eid holidays, which led to an increase in the number of people infected with the coronavirus in Afghanistan.

“The Ministry of Health has a direct responsibility to call on the people to work together to prevent the spread of the coronavirus,” he said.

Regarding the management of the third wave of the coronavirus in Afghanistan, Majrooh said that the number of coronavirus tests in this country has increased significantly and in the last 15 days alone, 100,000 rapid tests have been performed and 5,000 to 10,000 tests are done daily.

According to him, progress has been made in the care and treatment of patients in Kabul and provincial hospitals. Recently, however, the number of cases of coronavirus infection and related deaths has increased in Afghanistan.
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Kabul has the highest incidence and mortality rate in Afghanistan.

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