"Some questions and considerations at the end of the day.
First, tomorrow the forecast for rain in Totana is 100 liters per square meter.
Be very careful, please.
This afternoon I had a video conference with the Vice President of the Regional Government, Isabel Franco, along with other mayors of the Region to coordinate all social issues and care for vulnerable people.
I have also now finished a meeting with those responsible for Civil Protection, Commissioner of Local Police and Councilor for Security, Agustín Martínez.
Tomorrow, first thing in the morning, I will hold a meeting with the councilor for Social Services, Javi Baños and the director of the Center for Social Services, Gabriel Cabrera to define the channeling of aid to families with problems of exclusion in Totana.
We are going to try to cover the needs with the resources that come and the City Council's own in collaboration with Cáritas, the Red Cross and other institutions.
From Civil Protection the coverage of services will be expanded to attend to people who are alone in terms of food, medicine and other needs.
We will make the first pre-selection of volunteers to support Civil Protection and organize activities from their homes and from the street, if considered.
The networks of mask making continue to expand with the aim that no one in Totana is without a mask, which is mandatory for the prevention of contagion.
Every hour, more companies, businesses and individuals collaborate and donate health security material that will be distributed to health professionals and security forces.
Today the reinforcement of the transfer to patients on dialysis has begun to guarantee the safety of the transfers, with the necessary funding from the city council.
We are going to review the companies that are working to compel them to put security and protection measures on workers.
The one that does not comply, I will decree the cessation of the activity and will report to the Labor Inspection.
We are on alert and I will not hesitate to make decisions to protect the people who have to work to ensure supplies to the population.
The news from Madrid is not encouraging and we must insist on protecting ourselves in Totana.
We are prepared to receive bad news, but we will fight to avoid it or that the condition of the coronavirus in our town is minimal.
Of that there is no doubt.
We will monitor and control compliance with the confinements and quarantines, providing families in this situation with everything necessary.
It is essential to keep confinements in homes and quarantines.
Police and Civil Guard continue with their work of control that every day is going to be more severe in the streets.
Of all these measures, the development of the same or news that arrives will be given complete information.
I hope they are hopeful.
But if they are not, I will also inform you as soon as they are confirmed.
We are going to overcome this health hazard and no one should doubt it.
It depends on civic and solidarity attitudes from the individual and collective.
Do not spread or share hoaxes or uncontested news.
They are worse than the virus itself.
Calm, collaboration, loyalty and obeying the rules.
Trust the great health professionals that every day the situation will be more controlled.
Good night and good rest.
Tomorrow we continue the fight until we win and overcome the danger and we can share hugs. "
#Stay at home
Juan José Cánovas, Mayor of Totana