May 16, 2022

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Rise of Kovid-19 cases: Opposition parties say Legalt must carry torch

Rise of Kovid-19 cases: Opposition parties say Legalt must carry torch

Opposition groups called for the beleagured PM to resign.

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“Like everyone else, I saw the government moving from epidemic mode to electoral mode very quickly. That way the virus does not become extinct. So what I am saying is that, as elected officials, we have a responsibility, ”Solidarity Deputy Vincent Marissall said Wednesday morning.

1,938 people were hospitalized, up from 145 as of TuesdayAnd on the eve of the long Easter holiday, National Director of Public Health, Dr. Luke Boyleau must hold a press briefing on Wednesday at 1 p.m..

Opponents, however, have denied that the PM was absent from the case in recent weeks.

Liberal leader Dominic Anglade has accused Mr Legalt of “trivializing” the situation, especially comparing COVID-19 to people who have been vaccinated.

“Currently, we are seeing an increase in cases, hospitalizations and people in intensive care and the government seems to be acting as if it does not exist,” said Joel Arseno, the party’s Cubacois parliamentary leader.

The Prime Minister, who was questioned in the National Assembly corridor, first asked questions to D.R Boyleau.

With regard to the significant increase in hospital admissions, Franకోois Legalt provided an update. “Half of them were hospitalized, they were people with COVID, they were not hospitalized for COVID-19,” he explained.

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