“Individual Responsibility” is needed to curb coronavirus says Sanchez

“Individual Responsibility” is needed to curb coronavirus says Sanchez at an address on Friday.

In an address given on Friday, October 24, Pedro Sanchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, has called for collective responsibility from the public in helping to slow the spread of coronavirus in Spain.

He announced that the public has an “individual responsibility” to reduce movement and follow the restrictions put in place by local and national government.

Sanchez clarified that the government hopes to avoid another total lockdown like the one that saw residents confined to their homes in March however he also exclaimed that “the situation is serious”.

In the address he said, “The situation is not comparable to the month of March and we have to do all we can to prevent a repeat of that lockdown. We have to reduce movement and interpersonal contact, that way we will reduce the possibility of contagion,”

“We need maximum cooperation from the general public. The coming winter months will be very hard,”

“We must limit gatherings, now is the time to establish distance. We must make sure that with this second wave we can stop the transmission of the virus without halting life.”

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