Barbadians must do a better job of self-regulating adherence to the COVID-19 protocols if the country is to make it through the latest surge of COVID-19, which includes the more virulent Delta variant strain.
So says Attorney General Dale Marshall, who pointed out that Government was simply not in a position to police all areas to ensure that Barbadians are compliant.
During a virtual COVID-19 update yesterday, Marshall who was responding to a question on the adequacy of the COVID-19 Monitoring Unit’s manpower, given the faster rate of spread of the Delta variant, said that based on the reports he continues to receive some Barbadians were not taking the directives seriously.
He argued that no amount of monitoring manpower was going to be able to safeguard the population, rather it would require all persons to take the measures seriously. (CLM)