Juanma Moreno Set to Return to Work Tomorrow

Andalucia's 'committee of experts' to meet this Tuesday, August 31. Tomorrow Credit: Twitter

Juanma Moreno Set to Return to Work Tomorrow.

The president of the regional government, Juanma Moreno, is expected to return to face-to-face duties tomorrow after 10 days of confinement due to the coronavirus.

Moreno took to Twitter to comment that: “Tomorrow I will return to my face-to-face activity after having completed ten days of confinement. I am recovered and feeling well. Thank you very much for all the messages of encouragement and support you have sent me. We continue working for #Andalusia and the people of Andalusia.”

Before the weekend Moreno had issued a warning to Andalucians to keep safe. He commented that: “The first priority is to protect Andalusians from the pandemic and to recover the economy.”

“Hospitalisations are down, vaccination is progressing and we are once again breaking the record for the number of doses administered, but this is not yet reflected in the incidence rate. Let’s redouble our vigilance. Let’s keep our heads this weekend.”

The vaccine programme in Spain is progressing well but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means that people still need to stay weary and follow all the necessary coronavirus prevention measures.


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