The Deputy Minister of Health, Antonio Zapatero, acknowledges at Onda Madrid his concern about the impact of the agglomerations on contagion
The Community of Madrid will take new preventive measures next week to avoid infections and will be especially limit people meetings and greater control over nightlife. In this sense, the regional government studies initiatives that avoid crowds of people with the option ofimitate the number of people who go to the terraces, as it has advanced in declarations to Onda Madrid, collected by Europa Press, the deputy minister of Public Health and Plan Covid-19, Antonio Zapatero.
Zapatero added that the aspects that influence the transmission of the virus are crowds and mobility, something related to the specific outbreaks that have been detected in the new normal, as the population returns to recover social contact. For this reason, he said that there will be new measures related to preventing the coronavirus next week and that various aspects such as meetings or people who congregate together on the terraces, as well as aspects that promote greater control in nightlife.
In turn, he explained that Madrid has not expanded the more widespread mandatory use of the mask, which is now established when social distance cannot be maintained, because its employment is very widespread, as the Ministry of Health itself has recognized, recognizing that it is the region in which it is most widely used. However, the Deputy Minister of Public Health has assured that Madrid may reconsider its decision based on how the pandemic evolves.
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