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THE TOWN COUNCIL BUYS 6,520 MASKS FOR MUNICIPAL WORKERS, ASSOCIATIONS AND CITIZENS

The Council will be returning to normality over the next few days with meetings of the official bodies such as the Municipal Plenary

The Mazarrón Councillor, Ginés Campillo, has announced that Mazarrón Town Council has purchased a total of 6,520 masks. This morning the Mayor, Gaspar Miras, and the Councillor himself, have verified the shipment of the first 1,300 that, along with those that will arrive in the next few days, will be distributed among municipal workers and municipal organizations and associations such as the Red Cross or Cáritas, among others.

These associations may both make use of them to carry out their work with greater security, and distribute them among citizens who request them. In addition, Mobel Sport, the company that has made them, will donate 0.15 cents for each unit to the group ‘Mascarillas solidarias” (Mask solidarity) of Mazarrón so that they can also continue with the work of manufacturing more of these articles that are necessary to face the coronavirus pandemic.

Campillo has also announced that the Town Council will return to normality over the next few days with meetings of official bodies, as is the case of the Municipal Plenary that will be resumed this Tuesday, April 28 and that will be held in compliance with the measures set by the health authorities. Also in the coming days there will be an announcement regarding the new economic measures that the Council is going to implement to alleviate the effects of the current health crisis on the establishments and citizens of the municipality.

The Councillor has welcomed the fact that positive cases of coronavirus in Mazarrón remain at 18 and has urged everyone to work together to stop the virus and its consequences. In this sense, Campillo has urged to give “a show of unity by all the political parties of the Municipal Council beyond political ideologies, since the important thing is for everyone to row in the same direction so that the current situation has the least possible impact on Mazarroneros”.