| 123 requests for antigen tests and PCR have been processed, helping to stop the line of contagions | The Councilor for Health of the Puerto Lumbreras City Council; Juan Rubén Burrueco, has reported this morning that the Center for Tracking and Monitoring of People Affected by COVID-19 (CECOVID 33) of Puerto Lumbreras, has made more than 400 control and follow-up calls to positives and close contacts since the commissioning of the same, in charge of the municipal Service of Emergencies and Civil Protection.
The center has been in operation for 15 days, and the facilities have also processed 123 requests for antigen tests and PCR to close contacts.
"With the completion of these steps, a faster and more effective action is achieved to stop the line of contagions, since the contacts of the positive cases are quarantined in a shorter time and the corresponding test is processed ",has explained the Councilor for Health. In addition, together with the launch of the CECOVID, a Technical Commission has been created to monitor the health situation due to the virus in Puerto Lumbreras, made up of the mayor, the councilor for Health, representatives of Public Health, the Murcian Health Service, the Center for Health and the Municipal Emergency Service - Civil Protection, which increases fluid contact, and coordination when acting and effectively managing the evolution of the pandemic in the locality. "The effort and responsibility of Lumbrerenses, together with the coordination between local and regional administrations, is essential to reduce the incidence of COVID-19 cases in the municipality.
Despite the rebound we experienced last Friday, which also shows the great work that our trackers are carrying out, the situation is stabilizing this week, decreasing the number of assets in the last 7 days.
We will continue to work with all our means, also reinforcing police surveillance and disinfection in our streets and districts, and making the population aware of the vital importance of complying with all the measures indicated by the health authorities, to keep our data below the regional and national average,as has been a constant since the declaration of the first state of alarm last March, "said Burrueco.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Puerto Lumbreras