| The mayor highlighted the "greater public awareness in compliance with the rules" and thanked the effort being made by the hospitality sector, "you are strictly following the guidelines" | The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, today made a new appearance to update the data regarding Covid19 in the municipality.
"Since last day 11 we went back to phase 1 we noticed a greater awareness in the citizenship with the fulfillment of the norms, something that I have been asking for since the month of March". To control entry and exit in the municipality, a coordinated device has been established between the Local Police and the Civil Guard, with reinforcements from commanderies from other towns.
Local Police are in charge of the urban area and the Civil Guard is in charge of the suburbs, motorway exits and border areas of the municipal term.
"They are done randomly because having 24 hours controlled all access to our municipal area would be impossible," said Juana Guardiola.
Since the return to phase 1, a total of 30 fines have been imposed between the Police and the Civil Guard for traveling more people than allowed in vehicles, for unauthorized movements, as well as for not wearing a mask. The first local authority has appreciated the effort that the hotel industry is making, since they have strictly complied with the norm and there has been no need to file any complaint. Likewise, it has been reported that cleaning and disinfection are still being carried out daily in streets and squares of the municipality, as well as in containers and sensitive areas. Social Policy continues to work to serve families and people who need it.
Coordination meetings with Cáritas and the Red Cross have resumed to make the care more effective.
"In addition, once the Strategic Subsidy Plan was definitively published yesterday, we are now available to signatures for the collaboration agreements of 30,000 euros with each of these organizations," the mayor highlighted. In Jumilla there are 403 active positive cases and 650 close contacts who are being followed up.
In recent days, trackers from the Army and the Epidemiology Center of the Region of Murcia have been incorporated.
"Primary care in the municipality must be strengthened, but not from now, if not from before.
The professionals that exist are very good, but they are not enough," added the mayor.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla