Normally, the function of the Saudi media is to do as they're told. In the case of MERS, that means repeating the soothing statements of the Ministry of Health. But via SABQ.org, we hear some muttering in the ranks: Already | "health" is still "deposition" in the "Corona" tests for more than 3 years! The Google translation is as usual garbled, but you'll get the impatience. Excerpt:
Already telling the official: between reassurances Health Minister Khaled al-Faleh, and the warnings of the World Health Organization, shows us the current deployment "worrying" for the virus Coruna in a number of Ministry of Health hospitals, health facilities in Riyadh, a mystery sticks to comprehend in full the ministry's inability to find a vaccine successful; in the face of mounting injuries and deaths.
What makes us confused is this virus; it is what the receding waves of infection -magueta- surprised by stretching even more ferocity and composition of the new hotbeds of infection as finally happened in the King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh National Guard; while South Korea was able to eliminate on the virus during 4 months according to a statement issued by the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which has been officially confirmed that he stop the spread of Corona virus, has not recorded any new cases of the virus in the country, no longer poses a risk to the lives of citizens.
We, in front of such a wicked virus, and with the approach of the pilgrimage season, and in the presence of Korea's successful experience in controlling the virus and eliminate it; call on the Minister of Health for greater transparency, and a lot of movement, and to benefit from the experience of the Koreans, and avoids dealing tracks "bureaucratic" normal with the virus proved to past years, and experiences that unusual; in light of dramatic leaps daily incidence "of concern."
The "Corona" virus, which is still tracked from more than 3 years-hits in the various health facilities, and the inability, until now, 3 health ministers on the status of a "road map" contribute to control it, it makes us ask a number of questions on the Health Minister Khalid Falih:
- Are there health solutions, and alternatives to successful prevention? Or do not have a clear picture of the ministry-dimensional integrated circuit for infection with the virus; because what we hear and see is different from what you're saying "health"?
- Why do not Tzalon reject the use of specialists in the fight against such viruses?
- Why exceeded the incidence of the barrier of 1,000 in Riyadh and the Eastern Province, and what are the causes of the concentration of the virus in health facilities to these areas without the other?
Rather than seeing this as an outbreak of press freedom in the Kingdom, I take it as evidence that the House of Saud is getting ready to employ its favourite infection-control strategy: sacking the health minister of the day.