Mary Isaac Says People Who Got COVID-19 Dropped Their Guard

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Health Minister Mary Isaac has pointed to the personal responsibility of citizens to protect themselves and others from COVID-19.

“If everybody had obeyed the protocol like they do in Taiwan – 25 million people, we would not be where we are today,” Isaac said.

She spoke with reporters on Wednesday ahead of a sitting of the Senate.

“If you obey the protocols and you don’t drop your guard, you cannot get COVID,” Isaac asserted.

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A reporter asked the Minister whether she thinks the protocols are foolproof.

She responded that wearing a mask would protect an individual.

“They dropped the ball somewhere,” Isaac declared when a reporter said the Deputy Police Chief had contracted the virus.

“Anybody who has had it dropped the ball,” she asserted.

“They either went to visit a family member, a friend, they hugged a person they loved that had it and they got it.”

“If I have it tomorrow, it’s because I dropped my guard,” Isaac explained.

And when a reporter asked whether she would take a COVID-19 vaccine, she responded in the affirmative.

 

 

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