News 8 april — 18:29

Operational headquarters: Quarantine can be tightened (Live, Updated)



'Unfortunately, there are a lot of people who violate quarantine.' This was stated by the Chairman of the Board of TƏBİB, Ramin Bayramli.

According to him, the increase in the number of cases of infection is due to the fact that the quarantine regime is not strictly observed.

'If our citizens do not comply with the quarantine regime, then we will be forced to ask the government to tighten the quarantine regime. If we wait just 2-3 weeks, we can return to normal life,' he said.

In turn, Spokesman for the Cabinet of Ministers Ibrahim Mammadov also announced violations of the quarantine regime.

'If this goes further, then the quarantine regime will not be lifted on 20 April, but will be even tougher,' he said.

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'Last week, food safety guidelines were developed and approved in the country.' This was announced today at a press-conference organised by the Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers by Ibrahim Mammadov, head of the press-service of the Azerbaijan's Cabinet of Ministers.

I. Mammadov noted that 110 million manats were donated to the Fund to Support Fight Against Coronavirus: 'Helmets, special suits, and masks were imported in a sufficient amount to the country. Today, there are 5 million medical masks in reserve. More than 450 thousand masks are sold per day.'

Spokesman also noted that measures were taken against those who violated the quarantine regime on 7 and 8 April.

'12 people were arrested administratively, two public catering facilities were identified, and 1 criminal case was opened. 2 people were arrested for selling press IDs. More than 30% of government employees were issued permits. Some private companies have also applied to icazə,' he said.

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Operational Headquarters under the Cabinet of Ministers of Azerbaijan holds a briefing for media representatives in connection with the coronavirus. Members of the headquarters answer questions from media representatives.

Speaking at a briefing, Ibrahim Mammadov, Spokesman for the Cabinet of Ministers, said that 105 coronavirus patients have been identified in Azerbaijan today, indicating an increase in the number of infected.

Recall that in the framework of the special quarantine regime used to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), movement restrictions are applied in the country.

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