Daniel Landa probably didn’t expect this! Because of him, Prague gave hygienists a million in rewards!
“We are outraged by what is happening,” Deputy Mayor Pavel Vyhnánek (Prague Sobě) told reporters today. “On behalf of the entire City Council, I would like to provide the absolute support and solidarity of the Prague Sanitary Station, which is facing an unprecedented attack initiated by Daniel Landa and his followers. Hygiene is currently under full pressure. e-mails and data boxes with thousands of purposeful and meaningless requests for information, “he added.
Last Friday alone, according to the municipality’s management, the sanitary station received 1,600 applications. “It’s an incredible number and really paralyzing,” Vyhnánek said. According to Councilor Milena Johnová (Prague Sobě), there may be more of them, because the hygienists did not receive all the requests due to the failure.
According to John, people overwhelm hygienists with questions about, for example, how many inspections were carried out on which day. “Often these are things that have no justification,” John said. Several requests also come from one person at a time.
Although the station does not fall under the municipality, according to Vyhnánek, the city management decided to thank the hygienists for their work. “Next time we will prepare a press that will release a million crowns from the budget reserves. I hope that once Daniel Landa and all those who overwhelm hygiene realize what they have done, they will at least be warmed by the feeling that the hygiene station will get these funds, “Said Vyhnánek.
Hygiene overcrowding can also affect schools. “If they (hygienists) have to deal with these cases, there is a risk that children who have not tested positive will be re-quarantined. They will not have time to devise a methodology and system to ensure a safe environment while sending as few children as possible to home quarantine. , “said Councilor Vít Šimral (Pirates). According to the councilor, he was discovered in 300 schools, ie about three quarters of Prague schools, in a recent field test.
The initiative, in a call entitled “Let’s Involve Appropriate Hygiene,” called the government’s measures to slow the current rapid increase in the number of infected, hospitalized, and covid-19 unconstitutional. “So we ask each of you to calmly and repeatedly ask KHS for an up-to-date inspection. The work of hygienic stations to prepare answers will certainly be more useful for our citizens than the senseless bullying of self-employed people, service providers and their customers,” the initiative wrote.