Even a year since the first coronavirus case, the government has no strategy


Today we had a very constructive meeting which we unfortunately convened due to an unpleasant jubilee, and that is about a year since the first case that tested positive for COVID-19 or the coronavirus. At that time, the Government tried to convince people that the opposition was spreading fake news, that the opposition was the one who did not know what to say, that the government had the strings in its hands and that they practically had a strategy, a plan, a vision to prevent further spread of the virus. Although months later they confirmed that they have no plan, no vision, no strategy, nor do they know how to do about it. They did not convince us that we will have no more than 2,000 people who will be infected with this virus, unfortunately today we have more than 100,000 registered, you can imagine the number of those who are not registered, Hristijan Mickoski told the media, after the meeting with the doctors who are at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19.

“But now, a year and over 3,000 deaths later we see that the Government had no vision or strategy to manage the crisis. They insisted that he will have no more than 2,000 infections, but now we have over 100,000”, Mickoski said.

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