Prime Minister Rama in a Facebook post has announced that measures against pedestrians will be tightened from Monday.
Rama writes that citizens will go out of the house to do shopping only with permission.
While just like last week from 1pm until 5am on Monday, everything will be closed, bakeries, pharmacies and all the other activities that have been open during the week at the set times .
“We will soon introduce the application which is very simple and from Monday until the end of the war,” writes the Prime Minister./abcnews.al
Albanian,M.P Adriatik Alimadhi has been confirmed positive with coronavirus.
The deputy says that she appeared in emergency on the evening of March 24, where he has done lung tests and graphs.
Alimadhi tells that his wife is also infected with Covid-19 and the two are having difficulty caring for each other.
However, he says he feels relieved and is already better with his health.
MP calls on PM to take care of infected people since the time he was infected without knowing nothing other people might be infected too.
I also want to tell all Albanians that there is no place to panic if we continue to act according to the rules.
In particular, statistics in Albania have shown that there have not been many cases and some of them have been able to be controlled from their homes./abcnews.al
Prime Minister Edi Rama said in a press release that the country is already in a state of emergency. According to him, this situation caused by coronavirus is a “world war”.
“This situation needs no explanation, but patience is a weapon that we all need. All of us are falling apart so that no one is left alone. We worked day and night to prevent coronavirus, ”Rama said.
He further said that the criticisms are shameful.
“The reaction of some citiziens are shameful at such a difficult time when patience, understanding, national unity are needed. We don’t have a magic wand and I’m not seeing any miracles happen.
On Monday, we will start flights to bring our citizens here,stare among others Rama./abcnews.al
Albania has woken up with a large number of people infected with coronavirus today, and with the death toll at 8.
The Ministry of Health confirms that there have been 12 new cases in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of people infected with coronavirus to 186.
102 suspects have been tested only in the last 24 hours, in total have been tested 1 246 suspected cases.
This gives hope and seems to have come about because of the measures taken and the sacrifice of everyone being more cautious and that everyone has stayed at home.
However, the numbers will show a downward trend in the rate of coronavirus infection in Albania if they continue for a few days and citizens follow the instructions without going out./abcnews.al
Prime Minister Rama has announced good news in the late hours of yesterday evening, saying that 14 more patients have recovered from coronavirus.
“Good news: 14 recovered today,” Rama writes on Facebook.
So far 17 more patients have been able to win the battle with coronavirus. So the number of people healed has gone up to 31 people.
The Ministry of Health, announced that there are 174 infected, including 4 children and 7 victims./abcnews.al
Prime Minister Edi Rama together with the Minister of Health Ogerta Manastirliu inspected the quarantine facilities of the Hospital. Rama said the new hospital is an opportunity that guarantees a “fight” with the pandemic.
The buildings of the former private Kristal University, which was closed in 2014, will now returned to a hospital for coronavirus patients.
The Prime Minister also said that the hospital is important to be built within 30 days.
“Our challenge is that within 30 we will built the hospital, we do not have to keep people in the Infectious Disease hospital in but we will bring them here, stated Rama./abcnews.al
The situation with Coronavirus in Albania has united the Albanian government.
The Presidency, the Government and the Assembly are taking steps to prevent the Covid-19 pandemic.
Finally, the President of the Republic, pursuant to Articles 84 and 93 of the Constitution, has decreed:
The promulgation of the law no. 21/2020 “On some additions and amendments to the Law No. 89/2014 ‘On medical devices'”, approved by the Albanian Parliament.
This law will help to purchase the medical equipment needed to cope with the situation in Albania./abcnews.al
The number of people infected with coronavirus in Albania has also increased today. The new town added to the map is Tropoja and four more children are affected nationwide.
Ministry of Health confirms that 28 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours bringing the total number of people infected with coronavirus to 174.
The most affected areas so far are Tirana, Fier and Durres./abcnews.al
The Presidents of the Western Balkans have addressed a letter to the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, through which they propose to the Parliament and the European Commission some additional measures to fight the pandemic in the region.
“Aware of the complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the number of infected people and the inadequate medical equipment of our countries, today, more than ever, we need solidarity, a coordinated approach and joint action. Therefore, we demand that the Western Balkan countries:
Apart from the proposed measures, on behalf of the parliaments of our countries, we welcome any assistance that the European Union is willing to make available to the Western Balkan countries.
The letter was signed by Gramoz Ruci, Speaker of the Albanian Parliament; Denis Zvizdic; Speaker of the House of Representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Dragan Covic, Speaker of the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vjosa Osmani, President of the Assembly of Kosovo; Ivan Brajovic, Speaker of the Parliament of Montenegro; Talat Xhaferi, Speaker of the Parliament of Northern Macedonia; Maja Gojkovic, Speaker of the Serbian Parliament./abcnews.al
The European Union foreign ministers have reached a political agreement the day before to open membership talks with the European Union of Albania and Northern Macedonia.
In the meantime, the member states have completed the written procedure for the decision to open accession negotiations with Albania and Northern Macedonia.
Sources for ABC News suggest that the decision of the ministers of European affairs is now up to the 27 heads of state and government of the European Union for approval.
Meanwhile, it is officially expected that the decision to open membership negotiations will be made after the approval of 27 European leaders on March 26 and 27./abcnews.al