If we won’t want the virus to be widespread, we need to follow the trivial rules. Such a statement made today the Deputy Director of the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health.
“When we didn’t know anything about the virus our foremost recommendation was to restrict the mobility of the people as much as possible in order to avoid the spread. I guess we accomplished it. In the current stage, we are more or less familiar with the virus. Unfortunately, there is still a lot about it which remains unknown. However, we now know how to fight it.
Therefore, what we need to have now is - fewer state restrictions and more self-awareness. If we won’t want the virus to be widespread, we need to follow the trivial rules. If the citizens don’t follow them, the virus will, unfortunately, start to spread again”, - said Paata Imnadze.