Extraordinary meeting of the local committee to prevent and deal with disasters and organize relief in Jamal

Extraordinary meeting of the local committee to prevent and deal with disasters and organize relief in Jamal

 The governor of Monastir, Akram Al-Sebri, led this morning, Monday June 28, 2021, in the presence of the regional director of health, the delegate of Jamal, mayors and representatives of the medical staff

and representatives of the components of civil society, an extraordinary meeting of the local committee to avoid and cope with disasters and organize aid to see the epidemiological situation and discuss solutions and proposals to reduce the spread of infection by the Corona virus.

The governor of Monastir confirmed that the deputation of Jamal is witnessing an increase in the number of active cases infected with the Corona virus, in view of the lack of commitment of some citizens and owners of businesses open to the public with health protocol, the low rate registration in the immunization system and refusal to receive vaccine doses.
The governor of Monastir added that the meeting of the local committee was held in the presence of its members and representatives of civil society, with the aim of listening to local proposals to limit the spread of the infection and surround it. , while inviting the local administration, civil society and all stakeholders in the region to help raise awareness and educate citizens on the importance of registration in the vaccination system and compliance with health protocols and by procedures and decisions announced at regional and national level, in particular the prevention of public and private celebrations, funerals and condolences in cemeteries or homes.
And the regional director of health, Hammouda El-Babba, indicated that the Jamal delegation recorded, in the last 14 days, 671 active cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which is a high indicator compared to the regional average of 432 cases.
The regional health director warned of the gravity of the situation if the virus continued to spread and citizens did not adhere to health procedures and protocols, pointing to the rapid spread of new strains, especially the spreading Indian strain. rapid, and transmission of infection. in tens of seconds.
Members of the local committee and representatives of civil society from Jamal's delegation suggested extending the ban on traffic from eight in the evening, in addition to raising chairs in cafes and restaurants, prevent chaotic erections and strengthen control over offenders, including banning weddings and public and private gatherings Requiring the acceleration of the concentration of the regional vaccination center in Jamal, in order to bring the medical service closer to the citizens.
For reference, a crisis unit in Jamal City, made up of volunteers, representatives of civil society and doctors from the private sector, will soon be activated and will be available to citizens daily from eight in the evening to six in the morning for provide information, follow-up or medical care. support, with the aim of reducing pressure on hospitals and on the medical and paramedical framework on the one hand and on the other hand to offer free services to citizens and medical consultations in this period of pandemic.