Brataj shows how many citizens ask for a tampon a day: We are not in the second wave of Covid
There are about 100 people a day who call the 127, the National Emergency number and ask to get the coronavirus tampon. The head of the Emergency Brataj says that in the last two weeks the calls to 127 have increased:
"We have an increase in the number of calls to 127, there are about 2500 calls per day, of which 500 are for problems from Covid and about 100 of them require buffering."
The most affected by coronavirus are currently adolescents and young people, says Skënder Brataj, who nevertheless emphasizes that the country is not in the second wave of the pandemic:
"It is the young people first, their parents and the third age who are more careful both in respecting the distance and keeping the mask. "The virus has been here and has not escaped, to say that we are in the second wave."
* Brother for Klan.