Cioсoi Stated a Possible Reduction in the COVID-19 Incidence

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“If in the next two weeks we see a steady decline in the incidence, then we will be able to talk about an overall reduction in the COVID-19 incidence in the Republic of Moldova,” Cioсoi said. Acting Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova Aureliu Ciocoi told the press on Monday, April 5, after a meeting of the Joint Center for Emergency Management, that over 2,000 police officers were involved to inform citizens and check compliance with epidemiological standards, reports. “Sessions of extraordinary territorial commissions were held in all regions. More than 2,000 police officers and 3,000 carabineers were involved in awareness-raising of citizens. Four protocols were drawn up in relation to some citizens who were out of their dwelling during the 23:00 p.m.-5:00 a.m. period, these were taxi passengers," the prime minister said. Recall, on April 1, Ciocoi announced that a curfew would be introduced in Chisinau and Balti from April 3. Movement restrictions will be in effect from 23:00 5:00 a.m. This was announced by the acting premiere Aureliu Ciocoi following the National Emergency Commission's briefing. On March 31, deputies of the Chisinau parliament approved a draft government decree declaring a state of emergency. Note that 52 MPs voted for the introduction of a state of emergency in the Republic of Moldova. Thus, starting April 1, a 60-day state of emergency has been declared in the Republic of Moldova.