The State Council for Civil Protection was declared in permanent session, before the health contingency by COVID-19, Governor Carlos Miguel Aysa González instructed the implementation of a series of measures for social, productive, safety and consumer protection.

In addition, it agreed with federal and municipal authorities to strengthen the coordination work under the same agenda that leads to keeping the population truthfully informed so that they are calm and do not generate psychosis or panic.

At a meeting held at the House of Governors, Aysa González recalled that since the beginning of March her government reinforced preventive work with eminently technical criteria to reduce the spread of the disease, and now faced with the alert that in the coming weeks the situation will become more critical, the determination has been made to strengthen actions throughout the entity, not only in the area of ​​health, but attention to social and productive needs.

He asked the campechanos to be calm because they are in the hands of expert people and the decisions are made from the technical and not the political point of view, which has earned the state that the Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero, recognize the way that has acted in the presence of COVID-19.

“We are people dedicated to work and the priority is for safety and health, that is why we do not skimp on resources in both lines; My disposition is to support everything because I am not going to risk the campechanos, we want the state to be in peace and calm, «he stressed.

To implement the first measures of attention to the social sectors, Aysa González asked the Secretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Raúl Uribe Haydar, to speed up the delivery of pantries to the wives of seafarers and to immediately pay the support of closure and withdrawal Captures riparian and deep-sea fishermen.

The Secretary for Sustainable Energy Development, Ricardo Ocampo Fernández, asked him to verify that all the gas stations remain open; He asked the Profeco authorities to keep permanent vigilance in the shops so that there are no increases in prices, and the head of the Ministry of Public Security, Jorge Argáez Uribe, recommended that he strengthen surveillance actions together with the authorities of the Attorney General, the Armed Forces and the National Guard, to guarantee the tranquility of families and act with zero tolerance for criminal acts.

He urged the Ministry of Economic Development to land a joint financing program with tourism authorities and Nacional Financiera; He asked the mayors to establish their respective municipal health safety and civil protection committees, and to the Ministry of Urban Development, Public Works and Infrastructure to support Calakmul with water transport pipes, while the Government Administration and Innovation Committee will required expediting the acquisition of the units.

At the start of the meeting, the Secretary General of the Government, Pedro Armentía López, recognized the willingness that the authorities of the three levels of government have to work in coordination with Campeche, in order to face the health contingency and establish a common criteria agenda. in terms of prevention, care and effective communication to avoid psychosis and social panic.

He recalled that in Campeche since the beginning of the year preventive measures were implemented following the recommendations of the World Health Organization, which have continued to be applied based on mature, responsible and prudent decisions to guarantee the safety of the population.

He commented that the installation of the permanent session of the State Council for Civil Protection establishes a common agenda to strengthen preventive actions and care for the community. «The goal is to have the same ideas, work with the same criteria and abide by the recommendations of the State Committee on Health Safety,» he said.

In his opportunity, the Secretary of Health, José Luis González Pinzón, specified that more than five thousand workers in the sector are scattered throughout the state geography to attend to the population and recommended to be cautious before the intention of the people to want to be tested for Diagnosis, since laboratories need to be certified by the Institute of Epidemiological Diagnosis and Reference (Indre) to carry them out.

Likewise, he emphasized the need to continue applying the preventive and sanitary measures already recommended; take special care of older adults and children under the age of five, while the agency continues to reinforce information actions and operations in airports, migrant crossing regions and on the border with Tabasco and Yucatan, specifically in Bécal and the booth Santa Adelaida, among other tasks.

He stressed that the only way to contain the spread is healthy distance, while commenting that decisions are made daily because the scenario changes constantly.

In his opportunity, the general director of the Integral Port Administration (API), Carlos Ortiz Piñera, reported that a strict control of income has been maintained in the ports of Campeche, sanitary filters have been implemented in all accesses and in coordination with The federal and state health authorities take care of the arrival of national and foreign boats to execute the appropriate protocol and when they enter they are certified in health control.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of Civil Protection, Edgar Hernández Hernández, commented that the council has the function of establishing the actions and procedures necessary to prevent and deal with emergency situations, such as the one currently experienced with COVID-19.

He explained that the body is made up of 14 work committees that will support decision-making and relief actions for the population. Among them is the general coordination of emergencies; rescue and rescue; hospital and health care; temporary shelters and welfare services; detection and evaluation of damages or losses, and supply.

The meeting was attended by the municipal presidents of Calakmul, Campeche, Carmen, Calkiní, Champotón, Escárcega, Hopelchén, Palizada, Hecelchakán and Tenabo; the commanders of the Third Naval Region, Octavio Trejo Hermida, and of the 33rd. Military Zone, Enrique Dena Salgado; the national coordinator of the National Guard, Federico Prieto Anota; the delegate of federal development programs, Katia Meave Ferniza, and state and federal officials.

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