The activist urged people to wear personal protective equipment and be vaccinated with all available drugs. According to her, the health of loved ones should not be jeopardized.
“I ask you: wear masks, vaccinate with the vaccines that you have available. Keep your distance and work from home whenever possible. I understand that not everything is in your power. But it seems to me that it is better to put on a mask today and get the vaccine than tomorrow, despite all the efforts of the doctors, to find out that there are no more beds in the hospital. Take care of yourself and your loved ones, ”she said.
Recall that the presidential elections were held in Belarus on August 9, 2020. Their winner was Alexander Lukashenko, who has headed the country since 1994. More than 80% of voters voted for the current president. The second place was taken by Svetlana Tikhanovskaya with 10.12%. She did not recognize the results of her will and left the country. Soon after the end of the election campaign, mass protests began in the country.