CORONA, EARTHQUAKE AND ISLANDS 2020.

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  CORONA, EARTHQUAKE AND ISLANDS

 

The world is facing a new challenge. In front of a small virus, everything is on its knees. And when the earthquake is added, which is 21/03/2020. happened to Zagreb, people are in great difficulty and dilemmas.

Even before the earthquake in Zagreb, we saw warnings on the websites of the island of Vis. Namely, people who have cottages on the island of Vis flocked to the island. Not thinking about the inhabitants of the island, but primarily about themselves. Fortunately, a number of important regulations have been put in place by the excellent civil service running the virus coronary protection program. Prohibition of travel to the islands by anyone who does not have an island map. Proof that they live on the island all the time. It is also forbidden to land all vessels on the islands. Secondly, the ban on leaving the place of permanent residence comes into force today.

The islands are very fragile in relation to the mainland. Although at first glance they may seem self-sufficient, they are not. Especially in situations like this. They do not have the necessary infrastructure either in the medical staff or in the equipment to assist the residents. And especially not to strangers.

Information on the island of Vis: https://www.gradvis.hr/

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