| We can assure that "the mismanagement of López Miras is being paid dearly by confined populations and sectors such as commerce and hospitality" | The continued growth of confirmed cases of covid-19 that the Region of Murcia is registering, which this Friday reached a new peak with more than 700 positive tests, shows, according to the regional coordinator of Podemos Region of Murcia, Javier Sánchez Serna, "the ineffectiveness and ineffectiveness of the Regional Government that is being completely incapable of stopping the spread of the virus.
" Sánchez Serna has assured that during the past week "we were sold a reduction in infections that was false", whose explanation must be found in the fact that "the number of tests carried out was also being greatly reduced, something that can be clearly appreciated if we take into account that when the ability to test has been recovered, the number of infections has soared;the situation is alarming.
"The United We can deputy has reproached López Miras for having spent ten days" walking around the television sets, selling that everything is going well ", something that from the formation they consider" another example of irresponsibility, to which we are already accustomed.
"Sánchez Serna has demanded that the president" fulfill his responsibility, which is to put means against the pandemic, instead of playing at the expense of the central government as a squire for Casado and Ayuso.
"Sánchez Serna has demanded that the president "fulfill his responsibility, which is to put means in the face of the pandemic, instead of playing at the erosion of the central government as a squire for Casado and Ayuso."Sánchez Serna has demanded that the president "fulfill his responsibility, which is to put means in the face of the pandemic, instead of playing at the erosion of the central government as a squire for Casado and Ayuso." The regional coordinator of Podemos has warned that "the bill for this mismanagement will be paid by commerce, the hotel industry and regional tourism" since "the confinements and closures of bars and shops are the direct consequence of the painful management by López Miras ".
He also pointed out that the regional president "has been primed from the first moment with merchants and hoteliers, instead of putting the means to control and prevent the spread of the virus." In addition, Sánchez Serna has shown his solidarity with the residents of the towns of Lorca, Totana, Jumilla, Fortuna and Abanilla and has demanded that the Regional Government end the criminalization of the population of these municipalities, "as if this situation were a problem only of individual responsibility and not political,when the last person responsible is López Miras and his lack of investment in the public health system ". Regarding the data, the regional coordinator of Podemos has pointed out that if we compare the second half of September and the first of October "the number of infections has barely been reduced by 5%, but the positivity has increased by almost half a point." In addition, Sánchez Serna has highlighted that the Region of Murcia continues with 60% of ICU beds occupied by Covid patients and the number of deaths has increased by 20%, which shows that "despite confining Lorca, Totana and Jumilla , the pandemic does not remit ", a situation that will worsen in the coming weeks due to the arrival of the flu, something that" could be the death knell for our health centers and hospitals.
" Sánchez Serna has compared the health situation in the Region of Murcia with the management that is being carried out in other autonomous communities and has assured that Murcians "are paying dearly for the lack of investment by López Miras to put the necessary means to stop the spread of the pandemic.
" Specifically, the deputy has indicated that while the Region "has had to manage with 40 trackers throughout the summer, in the Valencian Community, with a government with Podemos, there were more than a thousand", which would explain that in the neighboring autonomy "today have the second lowest incidence in the country and we are the seventh most affected community." Finally, the deputy of United We Can has demanded that López Miras "stop blaming the Government of Spain for all the evils, when the state executive has allocated more than 180 million euros to the Region of Murcia to invest in adapting health and education to the pandemic situation ".
Sánchez Serna has reproached the regional president for "now trying to pretend that this money has not arrived and use it to cover holes as a result of the fiascos and waste of the Popular Party."