| And urges it to work through coordinated guidelines and joint actions in this crisis | The first mayor has urged the Ministry of Health to make a decision about the opening of rural clinics and has reiterated the need to be able to use the 2.3 million euros of surplus in 2019The mayor, Juan José Cánovas, today thanked the president of the Autonomous Community, Fernando López Miras, the vice president Isabel Franco, and the advisers for Health and Presidency, Manuel Villegas and Javier Celdrán, for the commitment and collaboration of the regional Executive during the crisis of the epidemiological outbreak that prevented Totana from advancing, initially, from phase 1 to 2 of the de-escalation.The alderman has transmitted this appreciation in the course of the weekly telematic meeting that he has held with those responsible for the autonomous government along with the rest of Murcia mayors to continue coordinating this crisis in the Region of Murcia.Juan José Cánovas has shown his satisfaction for the effective coordination carried out in this municipality to overcome this risk that was noticed two weeks ago by the health professionals of the Public Health and Epidemiology Service of the Ministry of Health.The first mayor has thanked the support and recognition of the different Public Administrations and especially the professionals of Public Health, as well as the rest of the municipal leaders, who have shown their solidarity; And he has warned that you should not let your guard down and work in a coordinated way to avoid these outbreaks.In addition, he has conveyed to the Health counselor his concern about the opening of the Clinic in the hamlet of El Paretón-Cantareros, closed since the beginning of the crisis; and he has urged him to make a hasty decision to solve this complicated situation.Finally, he has asked to coordinate some actions and unify criteria that allow municipalities to clarify issues, with clear guidelines, such as the suspension of parties in neighborhoods and districts or weekly markets.Likewise, he reiterated his concern about the economic-financial situation of the Totana City Council, for which he insisted on the need to use the surplus of 2.3 million euros from the 2019 budget to meet expenses that allow solving the needs of the most vulnerable population and social groups affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
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