We are prepared to face the most difficult of COVID-19: López Obrador
The President indicated that so far there has been no lack of control and that the situation has arisen as specialists projected
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador assured that the time to get out of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is already close, and indicated that his administration is prepared to face phase 3 of the contingency with the necessary beds, equipment and health personnel.
At a press conference in the National Palace, the President indicated that so far there has been no lack of control and that the situation of the coronavirus has arisen as the specialists had projected .
"Ask everyone to continue helping us, not leaving their homes, not relaxing the discipline that is needed to finish facing the coronavirus pandemic with good results, that we continue in our homes, that we continue to take care of ourselves, that we take care of adults older people, to the sick, that businessmen continue to help us while not paying their workers.
"That we continue to give the example of solidarity, of fraternity as it has been expressing itself at this time and that the healthy distance is kept, that we continue shortly, we are going to get out of this pandemic," he said.
The President indicated that his government is prepared to face the most difficult moment of the pandemic with the necessary beds, equipment and doctors.
"There has been no lack of control, and everything is going according to plan, according to what the technicians and specialists have projected and we are prepared to face the most difficult moment. We have the beds, we have the equipment, the doctors , this is going well . "
López Obrador assured that all this has been achieved due to the support of the Mexican people, since it has been exemplary behavior.
"It has already been said many times from the beginning that this epidemic was not cured only in hospitals, but in homes, that we were going to beat it all together as we have been doing," he added.
Google translation from Informador.