Saorín, councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza asks the residents for caution and responsibility in the face of the de-escalation since "group immunity in the Region of Murcia is 1.4%", according to the first results of the study on the prevalence of the virus in our country.
"Only 1.4% of the Murcian population has already passed COVID-19, and, therefore, has developed immunity to the coronavirus, according to the first wave of the ENE-COVID seroprevalence study developed by the Carlos III Health Institute ( ISCIII), under the Ministry of Health and Science.
That estimate assumes that fewer than 500 people have overcome the disease in this wave of the pandemic in terms of Cieza.The councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza, Francisco Saorín, has stated that, with the data offered by the study, the Region of Murcia is positioned as the community with a lower prevalence of the disease (1.4%) compared to to 5 percent of the national average and far from 11 percent of Madrid.
And, "although at first the data may seem positive, this also suggests that the Murcian population, and therefore ciezana, is less protected and immunized against a coronavirus outbreak and precautions must be taken."Saorín highlighted that the Cieza rate is one of the lowest in Spain "demonstrates that measures have been taken to prevent the virus from circulating and that the population has heeded the recommendations of health authorities." So now he calls for "a lot of co-responsibility with the preventive measures to avoid outbreaks."The councilor has insisted that the results reinforce the need for "prudence, caution and keep your guard up", in reference to what falls on the side of the population-distance between people, masks when it cannot be guaranteed and hygiene- and also to what corresponds to the health system: early detection of cases and track their contacts.
"The councilor has recommended that the hours established by the Ministry of Health are met, that is, from 6:00 a.m.
to 10:00 a.m.
for athletes, from 10:00 a.m.
to 12:00 p.m.
for the elderly, from 12:00 p.m.
to 7:00 p.m.
00 hours for accompanied children, from 7:00 p.m.
to 8:00 p.m.
for the elderly and from 8:00 p.m.
to 11:00 p.m.
for athletes, and that these strips are respected, especially the one reserved for older and more vulnerable people.Saorín has asked his neighbors for caution and responsibility in the face of the de-escalation since "group immunity in the Region of Murcia is 1.4%", according to the first results of the study on the prevalence of the virus in the country."It depends on all of us, with our behavior and with the fulfillment of the measures decreed by the health authorities, that we advance in the fight to eradicate the pandemic or that we go back in it, because each and every one of us is the main wall of containment ", the councilor has concluded.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza