The Central Electoral Commission of Moldova has decided not to send international observers to a two-week quarantine, who will be accredited to work in the presidential elections on November 1. Representatives of foreign governments, public organizations, and foreign journalists who have arrived in the country will also be exempt from the mandatory observatory.
The CEC notes that the exception also applies to observers, experts, and journalists who will arrive in Moldova from the countries of the so-called red zone of coronavirus danger. The only condition will be the absence of obvious signs of respiratory infection or fever.
“In order to be released from the regime of self-isolation, it is necessary that observers have a certificate of accreditation issued by the CEC. Journalists receive accreditation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration,” the agency said.
International and foreign organizations can apply for the accreditation of observers only after receiving an invitation from the Central Electoral Commission. The deadline for filing documents is October 24, 2020.
At the same time, RM itself is considered an unfavorable country with the progressive dynamics of infection of Covid-19. According to the Ministry of Health, 258 new infections have been confirmed by the laboratory by the laboratory. The total number of infections in the country has reached 40,055. 580 patients are in serious condition (33 of them are connected to ventilators). The total number of deaths is 1,074.
68 covid-19 patients died in Moldova last week. This is an absolute anti-record. Therefore, Moldova beat Romania, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.
Earlier, the National Emergency Situations Commission of Moldova extended the health emergency until September 15. Prime Minister Ion Kiku urged citizens to comply with measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, noting that there are few hospitals left