Brno The mayor of Brno, Markéta Vaňková (ODS), returns to normal working hours on Monday after a covid-19 illness and quarantine. Vankova announced it on Facebook. She said that even with the mild course of the disease, she experienced fatigue, weakness and fever and called on the public to adhere to measures against the spread of the disease. At Vaňková, covid-19 was confirmed in the last week of September.
“After an involuntary coronavirus break, I am returning to normal work today. And what is your own experience with covid-19? Really nothing pleasant, even with a lighter course, “said Vaňková on the social network.
She described that she experienced fatigue, weakness, fever and headaches. “It simply came to our notice then. Although it is clear that the government is not able to cope with the situation and that it will be difficult to catch up mainly with the wasted summer months, when everything was to be prepared for the second wave, it is certainly necessary to observe security measures, “said the mayor. According to her, people do not wear veils because of the prime minister or the health minister. “We wear them for our loved ones, for our children and for ourselves. We knew it in the spring and it also applies in the autumn, “the Brno politician concluded.
In the South Moravian Region, hundreds of confirmed cases have been increasing daily in recent days. Since the beginning of the pandemic to date, there have been 10,944 confirmed cases in the region. It is the fourth highest number after Prague, Central Bohemia and Moravia-Silesia. This follows from the website of the Ministry of Health.