The mayor asks the regional government to soften the new restrictive measures for this new Phase 1 made more flexible so as not to further reduce the productive sectors of Totana


| Juan José Cánovas announces the contagion of 28 residents and 4 workers by COVID-19 in the residence of the elderly "La Purísima" | The mayor, Juan José Cánovas, today asked the Minister of Health, Manuel Villegas, and those responsible for the Murcian Health Service to soften, as far as possible, the new restrictive measures for this new stage of Phase 1 made more flexible before its imminent publication in the BORM, in order not to further deplete the productive sectors and harm the already battered economy of Totana as a result of the current social and health crisis.The first mayor has requested that fixed police controls at the exits and entrances to the urban area be not established, as happened in July and August during the previous return to phase 1 made more flexible, but that these be random in order to guarantee the measures confinement but without harming the mobility of workers and not causing inconvenience to citizens for justified reasons.In addition, the councilor has asked the Ministry of Health to maintain the capacity of 40% inside the hotel establishments and, of course, the expansion of the terraces, as already happened in the return to phase 1 made more flexible to end of July; as well as 50% of the interior capacity in shops.Juan José Cánovas has defended these measures proposed to the regional government since it has been shown that 50% of infections occur in the home with family and leisure contexts, 20% in the workplace and 30% of cases in other situations.In this regard, he has argued that any outdoor activity is safer than in any enclosed area; And she added that there is less risk and more guarantees being on the terraces than organizing family gatherings or parties at homes, which have been generating more lack of control and are more reason for lack of control.The mayor has said that it has been shown that in this crisis individuality does not work if the whole of society does not respond with involvement and solidarity; and explained that "despite all the resistance of the municipal government not to return to phase 1, the numbers of infections show, doubling the cumulative incidence of Madrid and fivefold the average of the Region of Murcia, that no matter how hard this may seem procedure is, for the moment, the most appropriate to combat the pandemic ”.In another vein, the Totanero mayor has announced the contagion of 28 residents and 4 workers in the “La Purísima” nursing home in this town, and has reported that, in general terms and although there is some hospitalized in the plant, the The state of the infected is good and most are asymptomatic.Likewise, he has added that Public Health and the IMAS have taken control of the nursing home by establishing health protocols in order to minimize the effects on users and workers of the center after infection.Finally, the mayor has called for calm and individual and collective responsibility in order to reduce the number of flattening the contagion curve and consolidate this situation with the experience that we have been carrying from similar contexts.

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