King Salman: The coming weeks are the most dangerous against the Corona virus in the world
The King of Saudi Arabia, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, addressed, on Thursday evening, a speech to Saudis and residents on the territory of the Kingdom, regarding the spread of the new Corona virus.
King Salman said: “We are living in a difficult period in the history of the world, but we are fully aware that it is a stage that will pass despite its cruelty, bitterness, and difficulty.”
He added that this crisis will turn into a history that proves confronting man, one of the hardships that humankind is going through.
The Saudi monarch said that the Kingdom continues to take all precautionary measures to confront this pandemic and limit its effects, stressing great care to provide the necessary medicines, food and living necessities for the citizen and the resident.
He declared that all government sectors, particularly the Ministry of Health, are making every effort to take the necessary measures to preserve the health of the citizen and the resident.
King Salman pointed out that the continuation of hard work in this difficult time can only be achieved by joining forces, cooperating with the positive spirit, enhancing individual and collective awareness, and committing to the directives, instructions and instructions issued by the concerned authorities in order to face this pandemic.
He also said in his speech, “You have become accustomed to me in frankness, so I initiated you by saying that we are going through a difficult stage in what the whole world is going through, and I also tell you that the next stage will be more difficult at the global level to confront this rapid spread of this pandemic.”
He continued: “But at the same time, I know that we will face difficulties with our faith in God and trust in Him, and we have worked with the causes, and we exerted the most precious and precious to preserve the health and safety of man, and to provide all the reasons for a decent life for him, relying on your hardness and the strength of your will, and increasing your sense of collective responsibility.”