The municipal group of the Popular Party in the Puerto Lumbreras City Council will take a motion to the plenary session to urge the Government Council to request the Government of the Nation to establish clear and adequate security protocols at airports, ports and borders before the arrival of foreign tourists, in order to control possible cases of imported infections and guarantee the public health of Spaniards in the face of the COVID crisis19.
All this without harming a sector already affected by the pandemic such as tourism. "The Government of Spain, who is the one who holds these powers, must implement the appropriate security measures to monitor the correct arrival of people who show signs of importing the virus and causing a new phase of contagion.
It is vital to avoid outbreaks as seen recently in Murcia, as a result of the arrival of people from Bolivia through the Barajas airport, which highlights the lack of foresight and measures by the Government of Spain that guarantee the arrival of tourists safely, complying with action protocols that the health authorities mark to avoid importing cases, and that there is also a complete follow-up, "says the councilor of the PP municipal group; Juan Rubén Burrueco. "Prevention is key to contain the spread of the virus.
Erratic policies and the lack of foresight and incapacity in the management of the Government of Spain in times of crisis, puts once again the priority, which is life, health and safety of people, "added Burrueco.
Source: PP Puerto Lumbreras