The Higher Committee for Health and National Safety held its ninth session, today, Wednesday, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
Its agenda was discussed on the measures to combat the Corona pandemic, developments in the health situation in Baghdad and the governorates, the level of commitment to the curfew, and the risks and consequences of non-compliance in a number of regions.
The Prime Minister stressed the adherence to health protection guidelines and the implementation of security duties to impose a curfew without complacency in its appointed times and a comprehensive ban during the Eid al-Fitr holiday, and to emphasize the increase of awareness campaigns through the media, calling for everyone to cooperate to avoid the increasing and spreading of the risk of injuries and exposing the system The health system for more pressures exceeds its design capacity, and affects the ability to provide treatment services for other cases, including chronic diseases and others.
The Council listened to a report submitted by the Minister of Health and Environment on infection rates and its graph, recovery and death cases, and noting an increase in infections requiring tougher measures to protect citizens from the risk of spreading the virus and warning against ignoring health advice and advice.
The Supreme Committee discussed a number of organizational issues and granting facilities to enter the materials and equipment needed for one of the electrical stations, provided that they are subject to sanitary protection measures, and preventing the import of a number of agricultural crops because they are available in large quantities in the local market.
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