Czech Republic says disaster is imminent due to COVID-19

Czech Republic says disaster is imminent due to COVID-19

The situation in the Czech Republic because of the coronavirus pandemic is extremely serious and the impending total catastrophe must be prevented, Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said after a government meeting.
“We have never had a situation like this before, it is extremely serious. It is necessary to prevent a total catastrophe. The number of patients with coronavirus in intensive care and on ventilators is growing dramatically. Today we will discuss the situation with the medical staff, the unions, and the opposition. In the evening, there will be a Cabinet meeting again. Of course, there is still no question of the resumption of classes in schools,” said Prime Minister.
During the last 24 hours, 15 672 new cases of coronavirus were recorded in the Czech Republic, this is the second rate after January 6. The total number of patients in the country is 127,240, of whom 6,817 have been hospitalized.

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