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The mayor brings together the COVID monitoring committee to tighten surveillance on the evolution of infections and coordinate the municipal response (28/08/2020)

The mayor of San Javier, José Miguel Luengo has met today the COVID-19 monitoring committee of which all the councils and municipal services are part to narrow the monitoring of the evolution of the pandemic in the municipality of San Javier and coordinate actions to try to contain the upward trend of infections in the municipality. The increase to 41 active cases in the municipality of San Javier in the last two weeks has motivated the daily analysis of the pandemic to be intensified to speed up decision-making with new preventive measures if necessary and always in accordance with the guidelines and advice from the health authorities, explained the mayor. The committee addressed some of the municipal measures that have already been adopted such as the closure of parks, disinfection in particularly crowded public spaces, the suspension of group sports activities and the postponement of the start of the new season at the municipal sports center . The mayor, José Miguel Luengo recalled the changing situation of last spring, so he did not rule out the adoption of new measures based on the development of the pandemic, so he asked municipal services to anticipate the measures that may indicate the different possible scenarios.

. An information campaign with useful data for the population in relation to infections in various languages ??will fill marquees and billboards in the municipality as well as social networks and municipal website where every day the statistics of infections will be reported so that the population knows from official sources the evolution of the pandemic in your municipality and be aware of the situation. The mayor pointed out the importance of conveying a clear and precise message to the population whose involvement is essential to try to stop the increase in infections by following basic health instructions such as the use of masks, maintaining social distance and avoiding meetings of more than six people not living together to facilitate tracking in case of new infections. From Social Services, a service dedicated to COVID is proposed to attend to those cases that are temporarily affected by the disease that will cause quarantines among the population, so the service to help elderly people and those lacking family help to meet their needs will be repeated.

basic while your isolation lasts. The Department of Education works with the management teams to collaborate in the improvement of sanitary conditions for the return to class scheduled by the authorities with an increase in the cleaning and disinfection service continued during the school day and police surveillance in the entrances and exits, among other measures.

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Javier

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