By Linda Hall • 24 July 2020 • 14:18
RUMOURS: False Covid-19 reports directly affect local economy
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TEULADA-MORAIRA’S town hall called on the local population not to air unconfirmed reports of Covid-19 in the municipality.
“This is a sensitive subject and rumours create unnecessary social alarm that has a direct effect on the town’s economic life at a complicated time when our principal objective should be absolute, unconditional support,” the statement warned.
“We are asking you not to spread rumours for the good of us all,” the statement continued, advising anybody with doubts to consult the information provided by the regional government’s Health department.
“This is the only official source,” the town hall stressed.
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Anyone who heard the false rumour from a friend should speak to that friend and tell them they are spreading false rumours.
Did you know that the UK government declassified Covid from being a highly infectious disease on 19th March but then proceeded with the lockdown and are still enforcing mask wearing from TODAY? You can check my statement on the uk government website via this link https://www.gov.uk/guidance/high-consequence-infectious-diseases-hcid#status-of-covid-19
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