The Health centre director of Calpe states that local coronavirus cases are ‘stable’

Applauded local population’s behaviour during lockdown, credit: Calpe town hall

CALPE mayor Ana Sala recently answered residents’ queries via video on her Facebook page.
For the first time she numbered Covid-19 cases which she said usually stood between 70 and 80, while emphasising that these figures are habitually handled by the regional government’s Health department.
Sala explained that she based her estimate on information regarding residents quarantined in their homes after testing positive for the virus.
“The Health centre director, Elia Ortuño, has told me that cases are stable,” the mayor continued.
“Initially doctors control cases with daily telephone calls although as patients begin to improve, they ring at two or three-day intervals,” Sala said, adding that up to three people receive the all-clear every day.
Sala also applauded the local population’s “exemplary” behaviour during her Facebook session.
“You’re doing marvellously,” she declared, revealing that Calpe’s Policia Local had told her that each day fewer people were reported for flouting lockdown restrictions.

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Originally from the UK, Linda is based in Valenca and is a reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering local news. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]


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