The autonomous communities tighten the nuts to Sanchez. The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, has asked the Prime Minister for an extraordinary non-reimbursable fund of 1,200 million to face the effects of COVID-19 and has reiterated the urgent request for material to allocate it primarily to Health but also to Education, Social Services and Transportation.
In the video conference meeting between Sanchez and the autonomous presidents, Ayuso It has specified that one billion of the defendants would go to Health, one hundred to Social Services and the same amount to Education. These amounts could “continue to have quality public services that respond efficiently and quickly to the new situation,” reported the government regional in a statement.
Ayuso has taken advantage of the virtual conference to thank the autonomous governments for their offers of help to the Madrid’s community, anticipating that the Executive that presides will do the same and will lend all possible collaboration when the situation in the region is normalizing.
Diaz Ayuso has reiterated the government central its request for health material aimed at health professionals and patients of the 102 hospitals in Madrid since the one delivered by the Ministry of Health during the last week “it has clearly been insufficient”, they have indicated from the Community.
“Without material, it is very difficult to face this situation. Each respirator is a lung,” emphasized the Madrid president. And it is that “in these seven days, the Madrid’s community It has received zero goggles, zero hydro-alcoholic solutions and zero divers, when 24,000, 44,000 and 31,000 units would have been needed, respectively.
He has also detailed the receipt of 1.1 million gloves for the 8.5 million required; 82,000 robes vs. 465,000; 6,970 masks for professionals FFP2 Y FFP3 when 240,000 were needed; and 229,604 surgical masks when one million is needed.
He also recalled that the 8 million masks announced for Madrid public transport personnel have not arrived and that they affect more than 113,000 professionals, and he has demanded the maintenance of the presence of the UME at connection points Commuter / Metro to avoid overcrowding.
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