The epidemiological situation might force the Romanian authorities to defer the next relaxation stage, scheduled for July 1, the head of the Department for Emergency Situations (DSU) Raed Arafat told Digi24 TV channel.
“It is possible to postpone the next phase of relaxation. It is possible, and it is not excluded at all,” Arafat said, according to Romania-Insider.com.
He explained that there is a rising concern about the evolution of the number of infections, given that, in the second stage of relaxation, people no longer follow the rules as they did in the first phase.
He stated the transmission is already pretty high and will accelerate after more relaxation measures are allowed.
Romania’s representative to the World Health Organisation, Alexandru Rafila, pointed out that the number of coronavirus cases in Romania doubled in the last week compared to the previous one.
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