Quarantined citizen in Sulaymaniyah: services provided are impossible for major countries


28/3/2020 20:53:00
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One of the citizens inside a quarantine center in the city of Sulaymaniyah said that what the medical and administrative staff provide is not possible for major countries to provide, and that the quarantined citizens and medical cadres have become like family.

 

Bakhtiar Hussain Nuri, one of the citizens in a quarantine center in Sulaymaniyah city, said during an interview with PUKmedia on Saturday that he entered quarantine after his return from Iran on the 13th of this month, as he indicated that he traveled to Tehran for postgraduate studies, indicating that he was received in the border crossing in the best way by the medical staff, describing the matter as unparalleled.

 

He also thanked the Asayish forces for their good treatment, saying: "They put us in a safe and private place and we were examined first and then we were moved to a special isolation place, as I was with my wife and my 22-day-old child," praising the doctors who brought him a pediatric doctor to check on his baby.

 

He expressed his dissatisfaction with the fact that some citizens described the quarantines as prisons, explaining that "the reason behind this is that some media outlets talk about the quarantine as if it is a prison, contrary to that, the quarantine includes experienced medical staff and we are actually like guests to them and we receive hotel services from the service staff present in the quarantine."

 

The citizen Bakhtiar Hussain Nuri said: "They provides us with 3 meals of healthy food, for breakfast, eggs, cheese and milk, for lunch, rice and broth, and for dinner they served us barbecued food, while they are constantly asking us if we need anything to be provided for us."

 

Nuri pointed out that after entering the quarantine, his vision changed, since the quarantine does not differ from his home.

 

And he continued: "I did not imagine how the staff works with dedication and sincerity and that what the Kurdistan Region is providing is impossible to be provided by the major and developed countries."

 

During his speech, he noted that they did not show symptoms of the disease and before his arrival in the Kurdistan Region, he quarantined himself and his family for 20 days, expressing his readiness to quarantine himself for another 10 days after leaving the quarantine in order to ensure the safety of his family and relatives and to ensure that he is completely safe from the disease.

 

He concluded by sending a message to all citizens, during which he demanded that they do not hesitate to review the nearest examination center if they had any of the symptoms of the disease for their safety, and the safety of their families and relatives.

 

 

(Reported by Hamyar Ali, Translated and Edited by H.H.)

 

 

 

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