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Regional government and coastal councils work on a protocol to enjoy the beaches in safe conditions

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| President López Miras meets electronically with the mayors of the 45 municipalities and also announces that the regional government is putting immunity tests available to the Local Police and Civil Protection | The president of the Community, Fernando López Miras, held a telematic meeting today with the mayors of all the municipalities in the Region to discuss the actions related to covid-19, where they agreed to elaborate "a protocol of recommendations and good practices for performance on beaches so that those who want to enjoy them can do so in conditions of safety both from the standpoint of distance and hygiene, "said the director of the Presidency and Finance, Javier Celdrán, at the end of the meeting. "What it is about is to homogenize all the information and recommendations for use based on the instructions published in the Official State Gazette," said Celdrán, who claimed "to know the details of the central government's decisions more in advance so that both companies and municipalities can prepare.

""Again, we find ourselves in an undesirable situation and, a few hours after moving to phase 2, we do not know the specific rules that are going to be applied to specific issues that concern both the Autonomous Community and municipalities," he explained.Immunity test for Local Police and Civil ProtectionAlso, during the meeting, the president informed the town councils of the provision of 3,200 antibody immunity tests for Local Police forces and active members of Civil Protection in the Region.

"It is a measure of support to the municipalities that will reinforce the security of these bodies that have contributed to the confinement phase and that have a very important role in this process of recovering normality," explained Celdrán.The Ministry of Health facilitates the performance of immunity tests for those groups that, due to their performance and activity, may entail any risk to their health.

Thus, upon recommendation of their respective optional services and risk prevention, these tests may be performed on members of the Local Police of the municipalities of the Region and active members of Civil Protection under the coordination of the Ministry of Transparency, Participation and Public Administrations.Order SND / 344/2020, of April 13, which establishes exceptional measures for the strengthening of the National Health System and the containment of the health crisis caused by Covid-19, establishes that the indication for the performance of Diagnostic tests for its detection must be prescribed by its medical service in accordance with the guidelines, instructions and criteria agreed for this purpose by the competent health authority.

In case of making use of them, they must notify the Ministry of Health, as the competent authority, of the confirmed cases of Covid - 19 of which they have become aware after carrying out the corresponding diagnostic tests.

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