Encouraging Rotary Club on World Polio Day

The mayor with Rotary Club members

The mayor with Rotary Club members Credit: Marbella Council

MARBELLA Mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, showed her support for the Rotary Club of the Costa del Sol by attending a seminar held at the Puente Romano hotel on Saturday October 24 to coincide with World Polio Day.

She congratulated the organisation and said “the magnificent work that the association has carried out internationally has made it possible to eradicate polio in Africa thanks to massive vaccination and there are only two places in the world, Afghanistan and Pakistan, where it still exists because the wars have caused the disease to continue.”

In recognition of this fact, various municipal buildings throughout the city as well as the Santo Cristo del Amor bridge and the Marbella arch were lit in red.

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