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Alarming that govt remains quiet as cases rise: Nawaikula

 

Jun 10, 2021 08:31:31 PM

Alarming that govt remains quiet as cases rise: Nawaikula The opposition Niko Nawaikula says it is concerning that the government continues to remain quiet as cases of coronavirus increases.

Nawaikula said the country was entering a dangerous stage called coronavirus mitigation in this coronavirus pandemic yet the three ministers remain silent.

“The Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, his architect Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum and the Minister for Health Dr Ifereimi Waqainabete continue remaining silent is a concern,” he said.

“Bainimarama like other prime ministers in other parts of the world should front the public and explain what is going on and their plans.

“The announcement made by the Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong was very somber, to say the least. His report was incomplete leaving out the distribution of cases.

“The further question it begs is whether the Permanent Secretary for Health is getting the full support he deserves from the government.

“Without the lockdown that the public has been demanding, Dr Fong’s only option is to beg for people not to move around unnecessarily but we all know Fiji, no-one listens,” he said.

Nawaikula in a social media post said the positive coronavirus patients have been told to quarantine at home as hospitals do not have the capacity to be taking in cases.

“You can imagine the risk that will bring by this highly transmissible variant. Not to mention denial of hospital care ordinarily and in an emergency,” he said.

“This is the reason why we are demanding for the Prime Minister to appear publicly to explain to us our desperate situation and comfort us with assurance.

“Especially if there will be new measures or whether he is comfortable with the way things are now,” he said.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

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