Al-Mandhari: do it in so that the feeling of healing and happiness lasts forever

World Health Organization Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Dr. Ahmed Al-Mandhari, said that nearly two billion Muslims in the Eastern Mediterranean region and in around the world celebrate the blessed Eid Al-Fitr, which is the third Eid Al-Fitr we celebrate since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, as our daily lives continue Plagued by this unprecedented public health emergency and, sadly, some of we will celebrate questyear without family or loved ones, and I would like to extend our deepest condolences to those who have suffered an unimaginable loss.

The WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean said:

As we celebrate Eid al-Fitr quest’year, let the feeling of happiness, hope, compassion and unity that accompanies this occasion continue beyond Eid until it becomes part of our daily life, and sadness and loss are replaced by everyone’s healing and hope. everywhere. It is not enough to wish for a better world, free from Covid-19. The measures we take will determine our situation in this period next year. It is up to all of us to achieve this, as reflected in our regional vision of “Health for all and for all”.

And Al-Mandhari continued: “More than two years after the outbreak of the pandemic, we cannot allow the current situation to become a fait accompli, or allow ourselves to succumb to inaction. Current generations deserve to live. in a better world in in which contains the virus and to enjoy life to the fullest. ” possible extent; The generations future they deserve to be armed with the knowledge and tools to prevent future pandemics that could cause extreme fear, pain and severe disruption to livelihoods and economies.

He added: “Also, many of us feel tired and can’t wait to live in a world in that face masks, physical distancing, school closures and travel restrictions are no longer the norm, but our personal comfort shouldn’t make others uncomfortable. risk of severe symptoms of illness or death. “For COVID-19 to become part of our daily lives, it doesn’t mean giving in to the virus and letting our guard down.”