The UN resident coordinator in Belarus, John the cauldron-Vishnevetskaya appealed to the people of Belarus calling to stay home and help stop the spread COVID-19.

As reported by “the Rambler”, informed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko criticized the methods by which Western European countries are fighting the spread of coronavirus. According to the Belarusian leader, the need to follow a policy of isolation undermines mental health and weakens the immune system.

In turn, John the cauldron-Vishnevetskaya in his address, recalled that the number of infected by coronavirus in Belarus grows by 28 April reached 12 208 people.

“Now is the time for immediate and massive measures to tighten the physical distancing” she stressed, Recalling the recommendations of who to cancel mass events, transfer of schools and universities in distance learning and to limit contact between people.

In his address the UN resident coordinator in Belarus, asked residents to stay home.

“There is nothing more difficult than losing family members, friends, colleagues or their fellow citizens. Please stay at home to stop COVID-19. This will help doctors, businesses and emergency personnel to do their job and to cope with the crisis,” she said.