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The City Council designs a COVID-19 contingency plan for the cemetery in preparation for the All Saints holiday (09/10/2020)

| Capacity is reduced, itineraries and interpersonal distance measures are marked, and cleaning and disinfection services are reinforced | The traditional mass on November 1 is suspended to avoid crowds and possible risks The mayor of Puerto Lumbreras; María Ángeles Túnez, and the councilor for Municipal Services; César Gázquez, this morning visited the municipal cemetery of San Damián, where maintenance and adaptation tasks are being carried out for the next All Saints Day holiday; November 1st.

The Department of Commerce has developed a Covid-19 contingency plan adapted to the recommendations and guidelines set by the General Directorate of Public Health of the Region of Murcia, in order to facilitate the visit of Lumbrerenses to their loved ones, with the maximum security guarantees and a series of hygienic-sanitary measures to avoid crowds and close contact, and to fight against the spread of the virus.

Given the situation due to the pandemic and to avoid the coincidence of a large number of people,The health authorities indicate that the celebration be spaced as much as possible, taking place between October 15 and November 15, and recommending that you avoid going on the days of maximum influx, especially October 31 and November 1.

Following the contingency plan of the Department of Commerce, the cleaning of niches and pantheons is recommended to be carried out before October 26.

From that day to November 1, you can access the cemetery for the placement of flowers.

On the other hand, the traditional mass on November 1 is suspended in the cemetery to avoid crowds and possible risks.especially October 31 and November 1.

Following the contingency plan of the Department of Commerce, the cleaning of niches and pantheons is recommended to be carried out before October 26.

From that day to November 1, you can access the cemetery for the placement of flowers.

On the other hand, the traditional mass on November 1 is suspended in the cemetery to avoid crowds and possible risks.especially October 31st and November 1st.

Following the contingency plan of the Department of Commerce, the cleaning of niches and pantheons is recommended to be carried out before October 26.

From that day to November 1, you can access the cemetery for the placement of flowers.

On the other hand, the traditional mass on November 1 is suspended in the cemetery to avoid crowds and possible risks. As established in the contingency plan, to avoid crowds and ensure that the interpersonal distance of at least 1.5 m is met, a limitation and control of the capacity in which the occupation of the cemetery will be carried out do not exceed one person for every 2.25 m2 of walkable space, and it is recommended not to stay inside the cemetery for more than 10 minutes.

Temperature control will be carried out at the entrance.

In addition, it will be established if possible different places of entry and exit, and itineraries to direct the circulation of users, as well as various signs to guarantee distance.

The use of a mask will be mandatory at all times. Regarding the hygiene measures marked in the COVID-19 contingency plan for access to the cemetery, the cleaning and disinfection services of the facilities and spaces of the cemetery have been reinforced, intensifying daily the week from October 26 to November 1, especially in common use areas and more frequent contact surfaces.

Hydroalcoholic gel will be available to wash hands at the entrance, exit and toilets, and the maximum occupancy for the use of toilets by users is limited, also reinforcing cleaning and disinfection for the greater health of these spaces. From October 28 to November 1, the sale of flowers will be carried out according to the campaign organized by the Department of Commerce, in the area outside the cemetery, where as every year local florists will be installed with capacity controls and all the measures of established security.

The City Council will support and disseminate this campaign, essential for the sector in the face of the economic consequences of the State of Alarm and COVID-19.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Puerto Lumbreras

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