By Cathy Elelman • 29 September 2020 • 11:36
OBJECTORS: The protestors argued there are hotels better suited to people having to self-isolate
CREDIT: Llibertat Llucmajor
S’ARENAL residents have demonstrated their objections to a Covid hotel in the area, which is accommodating people who have to self-isolate due to the virus.
Some 50 locals and parents of pupils at the Sant Vicenç school gathered on Sunday morning in the S’Estacio plaza just in front of the hotel to demand the IMAS Mallorca Institute of Social Affairs put the patients in another establishment.
Objectors to the hotel being used for this purpose point out it is near to a school and a children’s play area and argue there are much better suited establishments.
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Cathy Elelman is the local writer for the Costa de Almeria edition of the Euro Weekly News.
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