The City Council of Los Alcázares has distributed from the first hour of the morning, 10,000 masks to workers who join their jobs.
And it is that yesterday, Civil Protection of Los Alcázares collected this protection material against the COVID-19 from the dependencies of the Government Delegation to be distributed among the workers who move to join their jobs by their own means or in transport community.
In the distribution device, in which the Civil Guard, Local Police, and Civil Protection participate, as well as some members of the government team led by Mayor Mario Cervera, they have delivered this protection material from different points in the municipality of Los Alcázares with direction to workplaces, in order to cover all possible areas and zones for workers in the agricultural sector, for which masks have been delivered to buses with day laborers, as well as from the Industrial Estate for the labor personnel of this sector.
The delivery points scheduled for tomorrow are: From 06:30 to 08:00: Avda.
Fernando Muñoz Zambudio collection area for seasonal workers from the field.
From 08:15 to 09:00: ALDI Commercial Zone.
For delivery to employees who access the facilities.
From 09:15 to 10:00: CONSUM Commercial Zone For delivery to employees who access the facilities.
The sanitary protection material is part of the campaign of the device organized by the Government Delegation in the Region of Murcia after having received more than 330,000 masks that have been distributed in the 45 municipalities of the region.
This is an exceptional measure in which the Government of Spain has carried out in order to gradually return to work under the health safety regulations.
For his part, councilor Mario Cervera explained that âin addition to this campaign organized by the Government Delegation with the masks received from the Central Government, the Los Alcázares City Council has launched a campaign with its own means to deliver masks to commercial establishments in the town, which will be expanded with the delivery of masks to the population â.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares