Ibb (Debriefer) - Yemenis should take care about a potential second wave of Covid-19 spread, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said Saturday.
"Unfortunately, this is not exactly what we see," MSF coordinator in the Yemeni central governorate of Ibb said in comments on people's supposed precautions.
"We all need to take care," Ouchy Eye added on Facebook, warning of new waves of the pandemic.
"It's very difficult to forecast developments of Covid-19 situation in the country," he said calling for precautions adoption as this would help curb the virus.
MSF official said the charity supports and constantly provides Covid-19 patients with healthcare in a number of Yemeni cities.
Yemen's provinces under the official government have recorded 1,728 infections of the new virus, including 892 recoveries and 493 deaths.
In northern areas, Houthi authorities have been reluctant to publicize statistics on the pandemic.