The CIF or the IAE will serve the self-employed to accredit travel movements for labour reasons

They will have to prove that they are engaged in a certain sector of activity through the tax identification code (CIF) or the economic activities tax (IAE)

The Minister of Transparency, Participation and Public Administration, Beatriz Ballesteros, highlighted, after the second meeting of the Coordination Centre of the peripheral departments of the State Security Forces and Bodies and Local Police, convened by the Government Delegation, that “they have addressed the doubts of the officers to apply the regulations related to the emergency decree in the field of transport, such as the one related to the self-employed professionals that travel to carry out their work ”. In these cases, they will have to prove that they are engaged in a certain activity sector through the tax identification code (CIF) or the economic activities tax (IAE), explained the counsellor.

The regulations were evaluated and it was determined, on the occupation of people in both five and seven-seater vehicles, that only two people can travel obliquely and separated at the front and rear of the vehicle. In the case of buses and microbuses, the number of occupants must be proportional to one third of the total number of seats available in the vehicle.

Likewise, the particular cases of some neighbourhood groups that are generating difficulties in complying with the confinement have been analysed because at various times of the day they are observed moving freely on the streets repeatedly.

The security situation was also studied in some hotel establishments, open only for the availability of transport workers, who will have to prove that they are workers in that sector in order to make use of the establishments and whenever the security forces and bodies require accreditation, they must have it available to prevent people from outside the sector from using these facilities.

Lastly, it was insisted on that the follow-up by the bodies and security forces on people who must quarantine on a mandatory basis, after individuals being detected by the Murcian Health Service as being positive for COVID-19 or possibly infected.

Along with Ballesteros, the Murcia Government delegate, José Vélez, the Lieutenant Colonel of the Guardia Civil, Jesús Arribas, the Chief Commissioner of the Superior Headquarters of the National Police of Murcia, Alfonso Navarro and the commissioners of the police forces participated in the meeting of local cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants in the Region of Murcia.