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'It depends on you, it depends on everyone': The City Council launches an awareness campaign to stop covid19 at Christmas (18/11/2020)

| In the preparation of the video, which can be seen in the local media and social networks of the City Council, they have citizens of all ages and from different groups participated | The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, today presented the campaign 'It depends on you, it depends on everyone', with the aim of raising awareness among the public so that on these Christmas dates they are responsible for complying with the rules to stop the contagion of covid19 in the municipality. The campaign will be launched in the coming days through the municipality's media (press, radio and television), as well as on the City Council's social networks and the media themselves. "In the production of the video that stars in the campaign, which can be seen first in the full version and later the shorter blocks, children, young people, the elderly, teachers, athletes, Local Police, Civil Guard, Civil Protection, Centro Health, Social Services Center, as well as associations of hoteliers, merchants, immigrants, Cáritas, Red Cross, Aspaj americano and citizens in general, "explained the mayor, thanking all of them for their collaboration. The long version of the announcement ends with the participation of the three political groups that make up the municipal corporation.

Based on it, radio spots and static advertisements for the printed press have also been prepared with the aim of reaching as many citizens as possible. Latest covid data in the municipality According to the latest data, Jumilla has 212 active positive cases of covid19, of which 11 are hospitalized at the Virgen del Castillo Hospital.

During the last week the cases have decreased slightly or have remained, "so we cannot relax to continue lowering those figures," the mayor said. Likewise, it has reported that the management of Area V of Health has communicated that the hospital closes from 11 pm to 7 am and patients can only be accompanied if they are children or dependents. Controls continue to be carried out by the Local Police and the Civil Guard.

There is tranquility in the municipality, although last weekend several complaints had to be filed against people who were driving outside the allowed hours and with a BAC higher than allowed, "which indicates that private meetings are still being held, which leads us once again to have to ask that we take the situation seriously.


Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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