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[The Molina de Segura City Council decides the cessation of all non-essential municipal activity for 14 days due to the unprecedented increase in COVID-19 infections (12/01/2021)

| Active cases in the municipality have passed in two weeks out of 34, on Monday December 28, to 324, Monday January 11, representing a growth of 953% | The unprecedented increase in COVID-19 infections in Molina de Segura in the last two weeks has led the City Council, following the recommendations of the Scientific Committee, to decide to cease all non-essential municipal activity for a period of 14 days, starting tomorrow, Wednesday, January 13, as reported today at a press conference by the Mayor, Esther Clavero Mira.

The municipal councilor has been accompanied in said press conference by the Councilor for Sports and Health, Miguel ngel Cantero Garc and by the Director-Manager of Hospital de Molina, Pedro Hern ndez Jim nez, both members of the Scientific Committee.

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Active cases in the municipality have gone in two weeks from 34, on Monday, December 28, to 324, on Monday, January 11, which represents a growth of 953%.

Regarding the accumulated Incidence of 7 days, it has gone from 43.1 to 499.4 (growth of 1,159%) thus entering a 3rd wave that in just a few days has exceeded the worst figures of the 2nd.

The accumulated incidence of 14 days has gone from 125.2 to 726.1 (growth of 582%) which makes it foreseeable that in the next few days a thousand could be exceeded in the municipality.

The Mayor explained that these are "unaffordable figures due to the very high level of infections that we endure and because of what affects the saturation of health services" and added that all these infections, which place the municipality At an extreme level of risk of transmission, "in a few days they will mean an increase in hospitalized residents of Moline, with a high level of risk to their lives." During the 2nd wave, Molina de Segura registered 42 deaths, the last death more than a month and a half ago (on November 24) when the epidemic was controlled in the town.

The COVID Scientific Committee of Molina de Segura, in an extraordinary meeting held yesterday Monday, January 11, requested the City Council to proceed, for 2 weeks, to the cessation of all non-essential municipal activity in order to stop the current critical public health situation.

Following those indications of the committee, the Molina de Segura City Council, proceeds to cease the following activities for a period of 2 weeks between January 13 and 26: 1 °) Cessation of all face-to-face activities of the different councilors, maintaining and promoting online activity.

2 °) Postponement of the activity of the Villa de Molina Theater in January.

3 °) Suspension of all training sessions in municipal sports facilities for children under 18 years of age, whose competitions have also been suspended indefinitely by the General Sports Directorate.

4 °) Reduction of the capacity of the weekly market on Saturdays to 50% with maintenance of all food stalls and basic necessities.

In the rest of the markets the capacity remains at 75%.

5 °) Closure to the public of exhibition halls, libraries, museums, rehearsal rooms and study rooms whose activity will go online.

6th) Suspension of any type of face-to-face activity programmed in neighborhood social centers.

Likewise, the City Council of Molina de Segura asks all citizens to voluntarily proceed during these two weeks to confine themselves in their homes, leaving them only for work reasons or unavoidable needs, and avoid exposing themselves to risk situations.

Clavero has specified that at the moment, this is a personal request and hopes that "the health authorities will not have to resort to total mandatory confinement as happened in March of last year." The municipal councilor has emphasized that "this effort that is asked of the citizens is for the good of all and of all.

If we do not manage to stop this 3rd wave quickly, it will cause unnecessary suffering to many people from Moline ".

The Mayor has insisted that the situation is so serious that the slightest loss of time in the vaccination process would be a great irresponsibility that is difficult for the citizens to understand and has asked that efforts be added and strategies be expedited so that the greatest number of people are vaccinated in the shortest possible time.

Clavero has concluded by asking the citizens for the maximum understanding and collaboration with the restrictive measures adopted by the City Council, necessary, he said, to prevent the spread of infections in the municipality.

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Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura

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