Security forces in Ain Issa work for the people against pandemic
Security forces in the northern Syrian city of Ain Issa are calling on the people to stay at home in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
In Ain Issa, as in the whole of northern Syria, there is a curfew due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The security forces have started a campaign in Arabic and Kurdish appealing to the people to stay at home and protect themselves.
Muslum Reşo from the local security forces says: "The people must protect their health. That is what we are here for. We ask the people to stay at home and support us until the pandemic is over.”
"Public health is important to us"
Sheikh Hesen, who is also a member of the security forces, tells: "We are responsible for the safety and health of the people. We must stop the spread of the virus to prevent further consequences."
Çiyager Hiso of the Hawarî security forces said, "We are doing everything to ensure the safety of the people in the city. We are on duty around the clock. "It is important that the people adhere to the measures."
Hemet is also with the Hawarî security forces. "We are on patrol day and night in the streets and squares," he says. "The people must take care of their health. We do what we can and stand by our people.”