Beke also said that there is no question of tightening up the measures and the visiting arrangements. “We need to pay much more attention to the well-being of the residents,” he said.
The minister emphasised that people who are admitted to residential care centres still live there for an average of just under two years. He also said that not allowing visits for a long time is not an option for him.
At the beginning of the crisis, “everyone thought that it would be over after a few weeks, but now people are hearing everywhere that it could last for a year or even longer.”