V1lat about the situation with covid in the world: “Ukraine, Romania, Russia, Belarus and other” incredibly developed countries with very smart development “are closing for another lockdown” – Dota 2
Vitali “V1lat” Volochai commented on the coronavirus situation in Romania ahead of TI10.
“The day before yesterday I flew away from Kiev. Against the background of news that a new lockdown awaits us, and another blow to the economy, because in Ukraine only 7% are vaccinated, and the number of new cases of growth is at a frantic pace. Fearfully? Yes, because the child is moving to kindergarten, and children are not yet allowed to be vaccinated, so yes, it’s scary. Because the country will soon be closed again, restaurants, cinemas, sporting events, exhibitions and so on.
But I flew to Spain, where, after strict quarantine and excellent government work, 79.8% are currently vaccinated. And this is a different world. Madrid on Friday night, the 76,000-seat Wanda Metropolitano, one hundred percent full and enjoying Atlético’s victory over Barça! It’s a different world. Normal world. And there are no rallies here, and no one here “restricts human freedom.”
And now I am flying to Romania. Where there will not be a full stadium, where restaurants will be closed, where it will not be possible to go out, and where you were all told not to come because it is dangerous. Because in Bucharest, rallies are against the “restriction of freedom”, because Romanians are being prevented from living, demanding to be vaccinated.
Spain, Denmark, Belgium, France, Germany, Australia, USA lifts the restriction. People are returning to normal life, and the nagging of those who have been restricted is forgotten. Ukraine, Romania, Russia, Belarus and other “incredibly developed countries with a very smart population” are closing for another lockdown, “V1lat wrote on the Telegram channel.
The International will take place in Bucharest without spectators from 7 to 17 October.
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