The life of the people in the Umm Al-Keif village has been turned upside down, from a safe life to a life full of fear and terror, after the repeated indiscriminate bombing of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries, leading to the displacement of nearly two hundred families, destroying dozens of homes.
In flagrant violation of international norms and laws, the Turkish occupation used water resources as a political card to pass its occupation policies towards the regions of northern and eastern Syria and its people, while the Autonomous Administration (AA) and the people showed strong cooperation and solidarity to confront the occupation plans.
The spread of the Corona virus in an area is considered a disaster, but when the virus spreads in an area without medical staff and hospitals, it is a major calamity.
The Co-chair of the Local Administration and Municipalities Authority in North and East Syria said that the main reason for the drinking water crisis in the city of Al-Hasakah is the Turkish state's cuts off water far from morals. He called to put an end to this criminal act against civilians.
The Kurdish Red Crescent in al-Shahba canton has equipped a special hospital for Corona virus infected, which includes various medical departments and a specialized medical staff to deal with the infected cases.
Al- Mahmoudly camp's administration is preparing to establish quarantine center, taken all preventive measures to prevent coronavirus outbreak inside al-Mahmoudly camp, which includes 8,000 refugees, while the number of the infected persons reached to 117 cases in the autonomous administration areas.
The Municipalities and Environment Committee in al-Hasakah canton and People's Municipalities in al-Shahba canton launched sterilization and cleaning campaigns in the main streets and neighborhoods after recording cases of Corona virus infection in northern and eastern Syria.
The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) provided 2,000 fans to the residents of Washokani camp in al-Hasakah canton, amid the failure of international organizations and the absence of their role in assisting the displaced.
The Corona pandemic crisis cell in the Euphrates region held a meeting to discuss preventive measures and measures that could limit the spread of this pandemic in the region, after recording infections in the neighboring Jazeera region.
The co-chair of the Health Body of North and East of Syria, Joan Mustafa, stressed that measures of personal hygiene should be taken from this virus.
The suffering of Tal Tamr district people is increasing in the summer, due to the ongoing cut off of water supply by the Turkish occupation from the Euphrates River causing a shortage of electric energy, affecting directly the children of the region.