The Councilor for Health and Public Health stresses that the new normal "does not mean that our fight against the epidemic has come to an end, but rather that we are beginning a new stage: learning to live with the virus"Through a press release, the councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza, Francisco Saorín, has declared that the new normal, which we will enter from June 21, "does not mean that our fight against the epidemic has arrived to its end, we started a new stage: learning to live with the virus.
" In this sense, he stressed that "we cannot afford to throw everything we have achieved overboard".Saorín has stressed that the state of alarm has worked and has allowed us to protect the health and safety of citizens, contain the progression of the disease and also ensure the capabilities of our national health system at a time of great tension on the system.He also stressed that the de-escalation plan is also working, "since we are recovering economic activity and freedom of movement without epidemiological indicators in the country as a whole having worsened apart from some localized outbreaks.""All this we have achieved together, with the effort of everyone and with the exemplary attitude and civility of the citizenry, and it has cost a lot of effort and sacrifice.
For this reason, we cannot throw away all that has been achieved and we must insist on remaining prudent and responsible ", he specified.In addition, the councilor for Health and Public Health of the City of Cieza has stated that the new normal does not mean that the fight against the pandemic has come to an end or that the epidemic has ended, but rather that "we are beginning a new stage: the to learn to live with the virus.
We will have to do it until we have a vaccine or an adequate treatment against covid-19 ".Finally, Saorín has again referred to the recommendations that we must not forget, such as using the mask whenever you cannot maintain the physical distance of two meters and frequently washing your hands with soapy water or a hydroalcoholic solution.
"Because it is very important to maintain tension and be very careful," he concluded.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza