In addition to this, an announcement was made by University College London about being on the verge of a mental crisis, in response to the alarming conclusions of the situation, dissatisfaction has been expressed due to the lack of resources for doctors to carry out their work correctly. such as supplies and protective equipment. For doctors and nurses, more than a thank you, they could be offered formal support for recovery after the coronavirus.
In such a way that, in the face of the pandemic, this suggests a great challenge for government agencies in the search for strategies that lead to avoiding the increase in infections and a possible new peak, as occurred in the month of January, where one of the worst months compared to those infected by Covid-19.
However, measures have been taken to avoid crowds during the celebration of Holy Week, "We have an agreement so that there are no processions, which generate too close contact for us," says the Minister of Health and Social Protection, Fernando Ruiz Gomez , who has advanced talks with the Episcopal Conference of Colombia.
On the other hand, the mayor of Bogotá, Claudia Lopez, also refers to the restrictions regarding the Processions, which bring together a greater number of people, “Easter Week cannot become another Christmas. We have to learn the lesson” said the president with reference to the Major week.
“You have to be careful avoiding processions or calls that can generate crowds,” says Government Secretary Luis Ernesto Gomez, who also reminds that Bogota churches must approach local mayors or the Government Secretariat to request that they be assigned a place or park to carry out the Holy Week celebrations.