| And thanks the collaboration of citizens and all affected sectors | The mayor, along with the councilor for Health, has transmitted a message of tranquility, since the situation in the municipality remains stable, but also of prudence and responsibilityAt the same time that they have reported the new measures published in the BORM, they have addressed the actions carried out with respect to issues such as the weekly market, outpatient clinics, disinfection work or citizen security, among others The mayor of Caravaca de la Cruz, José Francisco García, together with the councilor for Health, Mónica Sánchez, has taken stock of the current situation of the coronavirus pandemic, while also reporting the latest measures, both at the level Regional as well as local, they are being adopted to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. In the first place, they have transmitted a message of tranquility, but also of prudence and responsibility to the population as a whole, since, despite the outbreaks that have been taking place in different parts of the Region and Spain in recent days, the situation in the municipality of Caravaca de la Cruz is still stable today. "We all have to continue paddling to be part of the solution.
For this reason, the measures of the administrations, adapting to the current situation, are as important as the individual responsibility of each one of us," José Francisco García said. According to the latest report by municipalities of the Epidemiology Service published by the Ministry of Health of the Region of Murcia, in Caravaca there is a single active positive case, which is controlled by the doctors and in home isolation and which comes from the outbreak that was detected in the Moratalla district of Cañada de la Cruz. Currently, there are no patients for COVID-19 admitted to the Comarcal del Noroeste Hospital. New measures for the Region of Murcia To the extent of the mandatory use in the Region of Murcia of the mask in closed and open spaces, with the exceptional cases contained in the regulations, the Official Gazette of the Region of Murcia (BORM) published another series of regulations yesterday as a result of the important outbreaks that are taking place in the last days.
Among these, it is found that participation in any group or meeting of a private or unregulated nature is limited to a maximum number of 15 people, taking place in both public and private spaces. Likewise, pubs and bars establishments may carry out their activity inside the premises or closed spaces, until a maximum of 22:00.
Subsequently, the activity must be carried out on terraces or open spaces in the open air and consumption at the bar or the use of the dance floor for this use will not be allowed.
The activities will be developed with the assistants seated at tables or group of tables, being 15 the maximum number of people who can participate in each of these.
The maximum night closing time for all establishments is set at 02:00 hours, and new clients cannot be admitted after 01:30 hours. Public activities or shows are currently governed by the same regulations and there is no variation.
All of them are carried out in a regulated manner, with the limited capacity required for each space and with the prevention and security measures of the anti-COVID_19 protocol, which is marked by the criteria of the health authorities and regional and national regulations. Weekly market The City of Caravaca de la Cruz has been meeting in recent weeks with both the representatives of the street vendors and with the neighbors to address the issue of the weekly market. In mid-May, the weekly market resumed its activity in the location of the Recinto Festero, Paseo de Santa Clara and Salones del Castillo, since the usual streets do not guarantee social distancing or crowds in the narrowest passage areas. "Given the situation of the pandemic, the security and precautionary conditions do not exist for imminent changes to take place, since we are at a crucial moment against the pandemic, according to the health authorities themselves, who must guide the decisions of the administrations ", has informed the mayor, who has also pointed out that" we put ourselves in the shoes of the vendors and the neighbors and we are working in a future market, accompanied by a security plan, because we are aware that it is a revitalizing element of the local economy, but now we are the first criterion is that of public health protection.
" Likewise, in the meetings we have conveyed that the most satisfactory solutions will be put in place as soon as the situation allows, moving towards a weekly market "more modern, more orderly, safer and cleaner than in recent years." District medical offices As for the centers of Primary Attention of districts, the councilor of Health, Mónica Sánchez, has explained the situation of the same; "Although its implementation and operation does not depend on the City Council but on the IV Health area, we have carried out improvement works in those where it was necessary to adapt them to current regulations." "Thus, for example, those in Navares, Singla and La Encarnación have been equipped with a window that allows visual contact between the doctor and the patient, so these units will already be adequate for Area IV to operate.
"he has reported. During the period of maximum health alert, it was Barranda's office that centralized care, since it was the only one with the characteristics set by the health authorities to have the double circuit running for patients with possible symptoms. The offices of the high districts of El Moral, Los Royos and El Moralejo opened their doors on Monday, May 11.
The Archivel medical center on Wednesday May 13 and on Monday May 18 the office of La Almudema. At the moment and until a new order, the Caneja, Pinilla, Los Prados and Benablón offices will not open, since the problem is directly the lack of space to keep the minimum security distance of one and a half meters between users and professionals, so They are not yet able to provide services under the orders of the health authorities. Distribution of masks In the coming days, the City Council is going to distribute another 5,400 more masks, for which nearly 14,000 have already been delivered.
Of these, 3,000 were for children, delivered thanks to the collaboration of all the Caravaqueño pharmacies.
The rest have been distributed by Civil Protection and municipal personnel. "This has been possible thanks to a chain of solidarity collaboration; the preparation has been done by some 30 volunteer dressmakers coordinated by the Red Cross.
We would like to continue reaching all of them, but we ask for understanding because this is carried out, in large part, thanks to the Altruism and good faith of many people and the problems of shortages and inability to acquire them in the first weeks of the pandemic fortunately no longer occur and are available in public establishments.
" Cleaning and disinfection La concejal de Sanidad también ha puesto de relieve que, en estos momentos, la colaboración ciudadana es más importante que nunca para mantener limpio nuestro entorno urbano y natural, especialmente en lo referente a parques, jardines y calles, con comportamiento cívicos.
"La alerta sanitaria no ha desaparecido y parte de nuestros limitados recursos se destinan a las labores de desinfección de superficies", ha indicado.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz