Appeal: All those who suspect that they’re affected by coronavirus call this number
Prishtina’s Deputy Mayor, Muhedin Nushi, has described all precautionary measures that Prishtina municipality has taken to avoid spreading of the coronavirus.
Nushi urged citizens to first call emergency number 194, where they can be advised if they should head to the Family Medicine Centers or to the UCCK.
“I urge citizens not to go directly to the Infectious Disease Clinic, but to the Family Medicine Center first. Prior to this, I ask them to firstly call the emergency number 194. This is the number of emergencies where citizens can be advised whether to head to the FMC or o the UCCK,” Nushi told Klan Kosova.
Pristina’s Deputy Mayor also spoke about preventive measures that were taken by the municipality.
“Preventive measures taken by the Municipality of Pristina – you know that Monday it was decided to close the four centers for the elderly – the purpose of closure was that this is the most vulnerable age group.
The other decision at the municipal level was taken yesterday where, in accordance with the Government decision, all schools in the Municipality of Prishtina were closed. It has also been decided to suspend all gatherings and cultural activities, as well as the permits issued so far,” Nushi said.
Further, all employees of the Municipality, especially those in direct contact with the citizens, are provided with masks, gloves and disinfectants, and they have been using them since yesterday, Nushi explained.
“The premises of the Municipality of Prishtina will be disinfected during the weekend, as there will be no services for the citizens these days,” he added.
Nushi has emphasized that all Family Medicine Centers are prepared for any intervention that may be needed.
Otherwise, there are no cases of infection with coronavirus in Kosovo so far.