The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, accompanied by the councilors, Antonio López, Francisco González and José Antonio Jiménez, has made a new appearance today to update the different actions that are being carried out by the City Council in the de-escalation of the health alert . In the first place, he had words of thanks to all the groups and people who are working to get out of this crisis caused by the covid-19 pandemic as soon as possible.
"We must overcome it in the best way and with the least possible inequality," he said.
Likewise, it has stressed the importance that in these phases "more than ever it depends on the personal responsibility of each one of us to avoid by all means a re-emergence and to have to go back." Mandatory face masks from tomorrow Starting tomorrow, the use of a mask will be compulsory for all over 6 years of age on public roads, in outdoor spaces and in any closed space for public use or that is open to the public, provided that it is not possible to maintain a interpersonal safety distance of at least two meters. It will not be required for people who present some type of respiratory difficulty that may be aggravated by the use of a mask, for those who are incompatible for health reasons or who, due to their situation of disability or dependency, present behavioral changes that make their use unfeasible, as well as for the development of activities in which, by their very nature, the use of the mask is incompatible or due to force majeure. On the other hand, the mayor has reported that yesterday the president of the CARM reported that today they are going to request that the Region of Murcia go to Phase 2 next Monday, with the exception of a Totana municipality and with restrictions such as that they do not occur.
meetings of more than 10 people, as now in phase 1, and that outdoor activities cannot gather more than 100 people.
"3-4 days ago he told us that 50 people, but finally they have requested this maximum of 100, which also indicates the changing nature of the decisions that are adopted by everyone, depending on each moment." Reopening of municipal services Juana Guardiola has reported that the local government continues to work to recover services and activities. Municipal buildings.
They are adapting to security measures with all the guarantees for workers and citizens.
The staff is already being incorporated in person and gradually.
In-person care has been started by appointment.
It is recommended to continue using the electronic office to promote telework. Cemetery.
Open since last Thursday with security measures. Sports Center.
Open in the facilities that are allowed in this phase by appointment and safety regulations. Library.
Book loan and return service, which are then quarantined for 15 days.
They are chosen through the website of the Network of Public Libraries of the Region and an appointment is required to collect them. Museums Planned a meeting of the Council of Museums of the Region, to assess the possibility of opening them with the restrictions that are marked.
Virtual activities have been carried out for International Museum Day and a network action has been formed through the International Council of Museums with museums from all over the world.
Soon, the restoration, cleaning and digitization of photographic negatives donated by José Antonio Tomás will be contracted, a donation to preserve his legacy. Weekly market.
It resumes next Tuesday the 26th.
It will be carried out only with the food stalls from 7 am to 1 pm, with a maximum capacity of 65 people with entry through Valencia street and exit through Fueros.
The Barrio de San Juan market will have two stalls with the same measurements, although in this case without a marked circuit. Streamlining grant justifications The mayor recalled that "it is essential that the justifications for subsidies be presented as soon as possible in order to process the new ones.
Although the deadlines are suspended, it can be presented and thus facilitate the procedures." He has given as an example that of Animal Welfare, which once his 2019 agreement is justified, that of 2020 is already being finalized.
"It will be signed as soon as possible, and it is also working with the Police and 4 Patas to modify the Animal Welfare Ordinance " 16 people hired through job boards This week, the Jumilla City Council has hired 16 people through different job boards in different areas: one officer and two bricklayers, six laborers for gardens, three for road marking paint, three cleaning laborers and one social educator. More investments to contribute to the reactivation On the other hand, he has reported new investments in the municipality that will serve to contribute to the economic revival in the municipality.
"In addition to all the initiatives that I have already announced, the hiring of some proposals for Participatory Budgets, such as proceeding to the renewal of the lighting on Cánovas street for 21,777 euros or the change of bulbs on the Santa Ana Highway for 9,000 euros, works to be carried out with municipal workers ". Likewise, projects that must be submitted in a few days and whose communication has now arrived for this year's Works and Services Plan (POS) are under contract.
This is the renovation of infrastructures on Valencia Street, between Avenues de la Libertad and Reyes Católicos, as well as on Diego Abellán Street.
The Municipal Sports Center will carry out the sewage and paving of the transit areas, as well as new surface changing rooms and the renovation of the two oldest tennis courts.
It will be financed with 463,000 euros from European funds, and the rest, about 125,000 euros, through the City Council and investments in the water cycle. Opening of shops allowed on June 8, local holiday Next Monday, June 8, a local holiday, the opening of the retail trade in Jumilla will be allowed, swapping it for Sunday 28 of the same month, which was one of the authorized holidays in the Region of Murcia.
After several weeks of compulsory closure due to the State of Alarm, the objective of this measure is to prevent the retail trade from being closed for three consecutive days, as it is a Sunday, the 7th and the 9th, a regional holiday. Support for the Wine Route Juana Guardiola ha recordado que "en Educación se sigue colaborando con los centros en la distribución de material a los alumnos que lo necesitan".
En Turismo se está ultimando una campaña publicitaria, y "en lo que concierne a la Asociación Ruta del Vino, aunque se ha publicado que los socios no pagarán cuota en el primer semestre al menos, el Ayuntamiento para colaborar como socio principal que somos, ya les anunciamos que pagaríamos nuestra cuota anual íntegra, que ya se ha firmado y en breve se ingresará". Casi 50.000 euros en ayudas en Política Social Desde el 1 de marzo el importe de las ayudas gestionadas en Servicios Sociales ha sido de 48.256 euros y se ha atendido las primeras necesidades de 533 personas.
Igualmente, se siguen repartiendo alimentos del Banco del Segura y de los donados por Grupo Hinneni, que ayer hizo una nueva entrega.
El número de llamadas a diario es en los últimos días de unas 40 de media, algunas para atención psicológica. Solicitud de aumento del servicio de transporte de viajeros La alcaldesa ha informado, además, de tras solicitud al consejero de Fomento se restableció el transporte público que comunica Jumilla con Yecla y con Murcia, necesario para las personas que deben desplazarse por ejemplo a los centros sanitarios.
"Se ha autorizado ese restablecimiento, pero con unos horarios muy restringidos, por lo que vamos a pedir que se amplíen para posibilitar desplazamiento a quien no puede hacerlo en vehículo particular, que es como ha de hacerse prioritariamente en este momento", ha resaltado Juana Guardiola. También se ha referido a la solicitud realizada a la Consejería de Presidencia para que los fondos que el Gobierno de España destinará próximamente a la Región de Murcia se distribuyan a los ayuntamientos, "que somos quienes estamos atendiendo las necesidades de nuestros vecinos y realizando gastos extraordinarios con los que no contábamos.
Además, estamos infrafinanciados desde hace años por la CARM, por lo que necesitamos de esa ayuda y otra que pueda destinar la propia comunidad para afrontar esta crisis que vivimos y de la que hemos de salir entre todos". Juana Guardiola ha finalizado "apelando nuevamente a la responsabilidad y la precaución, porque somos una de las comunidades autónomas más vulnerables para que se produzcan rebrotes, dada la baja inmunidad de la población al virus.
Así que mantengamos todas las medidas que se nos dicen para evitarlo".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla