Belarus President Lukashenko tells citizens drinking vodka and going to saunas kills Coronavirus

The President of one of Russia’s greatest local allies claims that vodka and saunas will cure those affected with coronavirus, and claims that the world has gone mad.

President Alexander Lukashenko has made a point to keep Belarus open for business, and informed the 9.5 million countrymen under his rule that a little sweat and booze goes a long way.

“There are no viruses here,” he said of a hockey ice rink after a Saturday match, insisting, “I don’t see them.”

He insisted that the world -mainly the West- is crippled by “psychosis” and that the “world has gone mad.”

The ruler has been in power since 1994.

“You should drink the equivalent of 40-50 milliliters of rectified spirit daily. But not at work,” he said, according to the New York Post.
Lukashenko believes saunas and hard liquor are the cure.

“When you come out of the sauna, not only wash your hands, but also your insides with 100 milliliters [of vodka],” he said.

Lukashenko encouraged people to keep working, even though around 100 cases of the virus have been confirmed- with no deaths.

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