The Municipal Operational Coordination Center (CECOPAL) has met again this Thursday to analyze the evolution of the pandemic after the outbreaks of contagions detected in different parts of the Region, mainly in Totana, Mazarrón, Lorca and Murcia, with the aim of determine the appropriate prevention measures for the municipality of Alhama.This body has decided to extend for seven more days, starting from 00:00 on this Saturday (early morning from Friday to Saturday), the following restrictions:Closure of the children's play areas of the municipality and its districts, as well as the Skate Park in Nueva Espuña, the bio-healthy games and the petanque courts.Closure of free access sports courts located in the urban area and districts.Closure of sports facilities: Guadalentín sports complex, including the summer pool, and the Praíco sports center.Suspension of the summer cinema.Closing of the test room.Closing of the social centers of the districts.Limitation of the weekly market exclusively to food products.The two covered pavilions and the heated pool are still closed.The City Council, the Social Services Center and the rest of the municipal offices and services remain open as before, complying with the capacity, safety and hygiene regulations.These measures have been adopted under a preventive criterion, since the data of infections has been increasing in recent days in the Region, reaching 584 according to the latest report published by the Ministry of Health this Wednesday, and which maintains neighbor Totana in phase 1 of the de-escalation one more week. The specific rules applicable to other sectors of activity, such as hospitality, commerce, places of worship, celebrations, wakes, etc.
they continue to be regulated by the Autonomous Community.The Department of Health of the City Council reminds all residents of the mandatory use of the mask, permanent hand hygiene, keep the safety distance and avoid crowds, with the aim of slowing down the spread of the virus and not taking steps back.
Civil Protection volunteers will carry out outings through the streets of Alhama and its districts with vehicles equipped with public address systems to reinforce this message.Anyone with symptoms compatible with the disease should immediately call the toll-free number 900 12 12 12 and follow instructions.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia