Al-Rabiah warns against ignoring coronavirus advisory

Al-Rabiah warns against ignoring coronavirus advisory
Al-Rabiah warns against ignoring coronavirus advisory

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RIYADH — Minister of Health Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah warned a section of people in the society who are not serious about adhering to the instructions and advisories issued by the authorities in order to combat the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

“Let me speak to you with all the transparency, albeit painful, that unfortunately, some members of society failed to implement the slogan ‘We are all responsible.’ These people are neither dealing with the epidemic with the adequate seriousness nor adhering to the warnings issued with regard to avoiding mixing with people and gatherings,” he said.

Al-Rabiah emphasized that chances of a high number of infections in the next phase depend primarily on the cooperation of all and their commitment to guidelines and directives issued by the authorities.

He also drew attention to the words of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman during his recent speech in which he warned that “the next stage will be more difficult at the global level.” The minister underlined the need for exerting unprecedented efforts and measures to combat the pandemic.

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