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It is not closing the trade that we will save those in the ICU, says mayor of Chapecó – Prime Time Zone

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For João Rodrigues, the economy and health need to go ‘side by side’: ‘The more work, the less agglomerations’

ANDERSON COELHO / ISHOOT / ESTADÃO CONTENTAccording to João Rodrigues, the City Hall is making available 20 new semi-intensive therapy beds for Chapecó and another 75 units in wards

The mayor of Chapeco, city of Santa Catarina, João Rodrigues (PSD) believes that the closing of trade and the adoption of a strict lockdown in the city will not “save those in the ICU”. Rodrigues’ statement, made in an interview with Jornal da Manhã, of the Young pan, this Friday, 05, happens at a time when the city is getting worse pandemic, with a visit from the Minister of Health, Eduardo Pazuello, scheduled to address the situation. Despite the worrying context, the mayor announced the reopening of local commerce and the back to school in the city. According to him, economics and health need to go “side by side”. “The problem is that people have to be more careful, at that moment the whole system collapsed. With the structure I am opening we will be able to manage the crisis at the moment, we have reduced the contagion in recent weeks. The problem is the aggravation of those who are already hospitalized. But it is not by closing, stopping, that we are going to save those in the ICU, we need to make the virus decrease its circulation with people working. The more work there is, the less agglomerations. ”

According to João Rodrigues, the City Hall is making available 20 new semi-intensive therapy beds for Chapecó and another 75 units in wards. For the mayor, the coronavirus it will not stop circulating with the expansion of restrictive measures. “You lock the virus inside the house, if it is, in fact, in a real lockdown, it will kill a lot of people trapped inside the house. I am against lockdown, but it is not worth my opinion, I listened to science and stayed 14 days closed, because the virus transits in 14 days. If in 14 days it didn’t stop, it won’t stop in the next 14, the economy will stop, unemployment. Lockdown is for you to prepare your structure for people who are having serious problems ”, he said, reinforcing that the city remains with curfew and dry law after 10 pm and limited opening hours for bars and restaurants. “Clandestine agglomerations there is no way to control it, except when there are complaints, ”he said. Rodrigues recognizes, however, that the public health system will be overburdened. “The forecast is that there will be a lot, there is no way to say that this will not happen, but to remain closed in the same way will happen. Plan A for everything, plan B returns everything with care, restrictions and inspection by the government. When you close everything, this youth goes underground and has no control. That’s basically it, I made a structure to serve Chapecó and the public hospital is able to serve the region. Chapecó is on the roof and we are going down the curve, the problem is the rest of the country that is going up [a curva de contaminação]. It is not by closing trade that the problem is solved. ”

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