| The mission of all these technicians, who carry out their work from their workplace in the Molinense City Council, it is auxiliary to the administration areas of the local health centers | The City Council has doubled the presence of Local Police officers at the opening of the Molinense schools until students and families adapt to the new situation Today, Monday, September 14, after a training period, the work of the 15 municipal COVID technicians collaborating with the health centers has begun, which the Molina de Segura City Council has made available to the Murcia Health System (SMS).
As announced by the Councilor for Sports and Health, Miguel Ángel Cantero García, three of these technicians are dedicated exclusively to the educational centers of the municipality, a task that they develop in collaboration with the Department of Education coinciding with the start of the school year in the Murcia region. The mission of the fifteen technicians, who carry out their work from their work position in the Molinense City Council, is to assist the administration areas of the health centers with the aim of reducing the collapse they suffer due to the increase in the number of cases assets that are being recorded in Molina de Segura. Once these technicians have begun their work, it is expected that time will be cut in the process of making an appointment with the family doctor and nurse, who, finally, must evaluate the patient's situation. The two training sessions that the 15 municipal technicians COVID collaborators of the health centers have followed, have been carried out by the administrative managers of the two health centers of Molina de Segura, as well as by doctors, nurses and the social worker of both centers. In addition, as reported by the Local Police Councilor, Julia Fernández Castro, the Molina de Segura City Council has "reinforced the presence of Local Police officers at the opening of Molinense schools.
To do this, we have doubled the number of officers, who it becomes 15 or 16, throughout this week, and until students and families adapt to the new situation.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura / Foto: archivo