Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says if Fijians keep on dismissing the COVID-19 mandates from specialists, an across the country 24-hour time limitation could be forced.
His remarks come as Fiji yesterday recorded its two most recent Coronavirus cases, taking the aggregate up to seven.
Bainimarama says there is no “enchantment shot” to defeat the lethal COVID-19 infection and adhering to directions is the best approach to win the war against the ailment.
We’re intently viewing the conduct everything being equal, and if these propensities aren’t changed voluntarily, we aren’t reluctant to scale up our requirement to contain COVID-19. We can accomplish this one of two different ways: By your willing collaboration, or by cumbersome activity. For each Fijian, this will be a lot simpler on the off chance that you follow our orders – yet on the off chance that not, we will be compelled to break down with an across the country 24-hour time limitation.”
In the wake of declaring the lockdown for Suva, which became effective at the beginning of today, and the changing of check in time times, which begins at 8pm from today and to run until 5am every day, the PM says individuals should show restraint.
The fact of the matter is, nourishment and basic products will stay on the racks of our shops and general stores. Try not to rush to the grocery stores and purchase up merchandise this evening – doing so will swarm these stores and put each customer in danger.”
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