Just as the World Health Organisation advises countries to open up and on the day of mass demonstrations around the world for freedom. Kosovo brings in harsher restrictions against the Omicron variant, which is now being treated as seasonal flu worldwide.
Since the beginning of the pandemic Kosovo was doing really well controlling the virus, but now the virus has disappeared and been replaced by Omicron, which is now being classed as seasonal flu, Kosovo doesn’t seem to have got the message. The only reason the Kurti government is going down this path is that somebody is getting paid large sums of money to do so. Which goes totally against the anti-corruption agenda.
Vetevendosje made a big mistake by allowing the former health minister to stand for Mayor of Prishtina. You can’t expect the person that has locked people in their homes, lost money from early curfews and business closures to get the vote. In other countries the Health Ministers that have been paid millions from the Gates Foundations to push his agenda, will eventually face charges in court.
So it was no surprise that he lost the election and now Prishtina has to suffer under a Mayor that resides in London and the LDK party back in power, just as Prishtina had got over the damage they had done in the past.
Britain are ending all Covid restrictions this week, but Kosovo is taking the opposite direction of locking down the country for seasonal flu. It shows how ridiculous these rules are when the government think a Curfew will make it go away. Does the virus only come out at midnight and where is the evidence that the virus is now prevalent between 10pm and midnight. How much is someone paying them to come out with this rubbish.
The latest meeting of the WHO on the 19th January stated:
Lift or ease international traffic bans as they do not provide added value and continue to contribute to the economic and social stress experienced by States Parties. The failure of travel restrictions introduced after the detection and reporting of Omicron variant to limit international spread of Omicron demonstrates the ineffectiveness of such measures over time. Travel measures (e.g. masking, testing, isolation/quarantine, and vaccination) should be based on risk assessments and avoid placing the financial burden on international travellers in accordance with Article 40 of the IHR. WHO advice for international traffic in relation to the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant
Do NOT require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 for international travel as the only pathway or condition permitting international travel given limited global access and inequitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. State Parties should consider a risk-based approach to the facilitation of international travel by lifting or modifying measures, such as testing and/or quarantine requirements, when appropriate, in accordance with the WHO guidance.
Yes Kosovo has gone totally against the WHO and the rest of the world. WHY?
Britain is ending COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates, working from home and vaccine passports, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Wednesday.Ireland is lifting anti-pandemic restrictions as of today, Omikron has proved to be a farce. Life goes on there without restriction further, canceled 90% of the measures, only remaining: rush until the end of February, covid pass only for travel.
Today is international Freedom Day Around the World except for in Kosovo.