| Juana Guardiola has asked the media to stop associating infections with the Harvest Festival.
"As mayor, I will not allow anyone to link infections with this huge party" | The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, has appeared today at a press conference to detail the specific and temporary measures (valid for 7 days from today) adopted by the Ministry of Health and which has been announced this morning for the containment of the outbreak of covid19 in Jumilla.-Free ENTRY AND EXIT of the municipality is restricted.Exceptions:health mattersLaboral obligationsreturn to place of residencecare for vulnerable peopleforce majeure-Discouraged CIRCULATION of people INSIDE THE MUNICIPALITY except for essential matters (municipal area).-HOSPITALITY AND RESTAURANT suspended indoors.
ONLY ALLOWED ON TERRACES.
Maximum 6 occupants per table, except in the case of cohabitants.- COMMERCIAL PREMISES, MARKETS, HOTELS and ACADEMIES, DRIVING SCHOOLS, UNREGULATED EDUCATION.
50% capacity.-Nuptial CEREMONIES and others.
Maximum 30 people, seated.-VEILS.
Maximum 15 people in closed spaces and 25 in open spaces.-ACTIVITIES or EVENTS.
Maximum 100 people.
Unorganized private meetings.
Maximum 6 people.-Continuous ventilation in VEHICLES and maximum occupancy of 50%.The Order of the Ministry of Education is pending publication so that the beginning of the school year is done electronically."If someone has doubts about the measures, they can contact the Local Police," said the mayor.
"We are in a worrying situation, but if we all do our part, we will be able to solve it as soon as possible.
No one is immune to contagion, so I ask again that precautions be taken.
It is a challenge that I am sure we will achieve" , has added.Juana Guardiola has also reported that the Local Police are monitoring all the measures.
"Yesterday I asked the Government Delegation to reinforce the civil guard to be able to control access to the municipality."About the Harvest FestivalFinally, the first local authority has asked the media to stop relating infections to the Harvest Festival.
"This year the patron saint festivities were suspended, of which the Harvest Festival is the best known, but no contagion has anything to do with it.
As mayor, I will not allow anyone to link the contagions with this great celebration that is close to turn 50 and that we intend to be of National Tourist Interest.
The infections come from other sources, which we have already repeated several times.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla