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The mayor asks again for voluntary confinement for the duration of phase 1 in the municipality (30/10/2020)

On the occasion of the feast of All Saints, he announced that the cemetery will remain open all weekend, during normal hours, and recalled the security and prevention measures that have been adopted in this environment A second line of aid has been opened for shops and hotels, of 1,000 and 1,500 euros, to face this new restriction The mayor of Lorquí, Joaquín Hernández, appeared this morning to once again ask the residents of the municipality for voluntary self-confinement, as already occurred in September, with the aim of reducing the number of infections since "we are among the 10 municipalities with the highest cumulative incidence ", as highlighted at a press conference.

To date, a total of 50 cases are counted, with 6 new cases in the last 24 hours and 7 discharges, and the cumulative incidence is 994 people for every one hundred thousand inhabitants. After the measures approved by the Central Government, with the decree of the State of Alarm and the reduction of night mobility, and those adopted in the last hours by the Autonomous Community, which involve the perimeter closure of the municipality and its transition to Phase 1 made more flexible , the mayor wanted to ask his neighbors for the responsibility and prudence that this situation implies, adding the recommendations to avoid leaving except for what is strictly necessary, reducing family and friends gatherings, where most of the contagions, and protect our elders. "These special measures also mean that bars, restaurants and cafes will only be able to exercise on terraces and businesses will have their capacity limited to 50%", which is why the City Council has once again approved a line of aid, the second in what It goes from a pandemic, 1,500 euros for the hotel industry and 1,000 for commercial establishments to support this situation.

Likewise, other decisions have been adopted "in our commitment to collaboration with the establishments and businesses of Lorquí that, although they may be annoying", such as the cutting of some streets so that the hotel business can set up tables, "I am sure that the people will understand and will support ".

In addition, entrepreneurs who dare to start a project at this time will have another 37,000 euros more in aid. Finally, regarding the All Saints holiday, Hernández recalled that the cemetery will remain open at its usual time so that everyone can go to pay their respects to their loved ones, although he specified a series of measures and suggestions to take consider: Local Police and Civil Protection will regulate access. Entrances, exits and the routes to follow in the interior have been marked. A nearby car park has been set up. Minimum stays and minimum number of people are requested. You should limit your stay to your own area, without visits. Avoid peak hours. Maintain social distance. Make use of the gels and disinfection panels. Use of a mandatory mask at all times. And whenever possible, avoid going on Sunday, doing it the days before or the days after. The mayor has been accompanied by the Civil Protection coordinator, Paqui Vidal, who has asked the neighbors for responsibility this weekend and compliance with the planned measures.

He also added that they will be in the area of ??the cemetery to collaborate and resolve any doubts that may arise.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorquí

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