Health Minister Vili Beros: Measures Shouldn’t be Tightened

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, following the conclusion of a meeting of the Scientific Council of the Croatian Government, at which scientists discussed with Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic a possible easing of the country’s anti-epidemic measures in light of yesterday’s discovery of the new so-called British strain of coronavirus in Croatia, Health Minister Vili Beros made a statement.

“The measures weren’t the main topic of our conversation, we were focused on the presence of this new strain of coronavirus in Croatia and the kind of danger that might be incurred as a result of it, so we should be careful. We ended up discussing the vaccines. Everyone emphasises that we need to be vaccinated with the vaccine we have on our hands. All of them are safe for use,” assured Health Minister Vili Beros.

“There is no significant spread of the epidemic at this moment in time, so we will base our further decisions on common sense. We all agree that the measures shouldn’t be further tightened,” said Beros.

When asked whether there will be mitigation of any of the existing epidemiological measures, Health Minister Vili Beros said that there is currently no unambiguous answer to this question and that it will be discussed later.

“There’s no significant spread of the coronavirus epidemic here at this time, we’re going to base our decisions on the epidemiological data and of course on common sense. We all agree that the measures should not be further tightened, but relaxation should also be considered very, very carefully. I think that we’ll make certain decisions that will be based on the situation and how it all unfolds in the coming days,” Beros concluded.

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