“Your irresponsible behaviour may endanger others” – Dr Konrad Borg

Dr Konrad Borg

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In a Facebook post, A&E Consultant at Mater Dei Dr Konrad Borg said he wanted to “clarify what is acceptable behaviour and what isn’t”, particularly in the light of people going out during the public holiday on the 19th March.

Dear all.Yesterday we noted a number of people who went out in groups, compromising the sacrifices made by so many of…

Posted by Konrad Borg on Friday, March 20, 2020

Dr Borg said that families living in the same household may go for drives or walks in the countryside as long as they do not mingle with others, and that anyone could walk their dogs as long as they keep an acceptable distance from anyone else.

“To all those who are still disregarding the advice given by the health department, your irresponsible behaviour may endanger others, including those you love. I can understand that, especially for young people, this is a lot to ask, but we all have to do our part. This is truly a time when the actions of every single person will affect the outcome for all,” he said.

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