Entrepreneurs, neighbors and professionals from Fuente Álamo are involved in the fight against COVID-19 by donating thousands of health, safety and food products;
and offering a free laundry service for the municipality's security forces.
A municipality in which the town hall flags are already flying at half-staff as a sign of respect for the thousands of deaths by COVID-19 throughout Spain.
To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the city council and the Fuente Álamo security forces continue to work on the management and distribution of donated material to health centers, hospitals, nursing homes and other professionals who work every day exposed to COVID-19.
In this sense, José Antonio Oliver, councilor for finance and heritage, contracting, companies, infrastructures, education and culture, thanked the solidarity of all the people and indicated that "there are many companies and individuals who have offered to help and with which we will count later, if necessary. "
In addition, he pointed out that the donations have come from very varied sectors and companies such as Casa Hogar Decoration, Conchi García Legaz, Gremoda, Maribel Modas, Producciones Agrícolas Sabas, Publimitos and Relesa, who have donated safety materials such as masks, protective glasses, gloves, bootees, jumpsuits and jumpsuits, as well as fabric and elastic for making masks, made by volunteers and housewives from all the districts of Fuente Álamo.
The city council has also received a donation of hydroalcoholic gel, gel and shampoo from Gesa Mediación, sponsoring corporation of the 10 teams of the municipal soccer school.
A material that has been collected from Molina de Segura by the company JJ Morales who has collaborated, selflessly, providing their means of transportation.
The Cuevas de Reyllo pharmacy and the La Pintaica self-service station have collaborated by providing cans of hydroalcoholic gel, masks and packages of disinfecting wipes.
The Fuente Álamo laundries have joined this wave of solidarity by making their laundry service available, free of charge, to the municipality's security forces.
Colegio San Agustín has also wanted to collaborate in this situation by donating food that the city council will deliver, through its social services, to the neediest families.
In addition, several neighboring farmers from Fuente Álamo, specifically Francisco Madrid 'El Perucho' from Cuatro Vientos, Agrícolas Arroyo Marín, Pepe Méndez, Producciones Agrícolas Sabas, Agrícola Alcaraz Parra, Ramón Clemente Clemente (La Pinilla), Mateo Martínez (Marmolista de Balsapintada ), Aguas de Fuente Álamo, Grupo Francés, Salvador García 'El Comelé', and Fernando López, son of a maruja de Franco, who have transferred their tractors for the implementation of a special disinfection device that is covering the entire territory of Álamo fountain and districts.
On the other hand, Civil Protection of Fuente Álamo, in collaboration with the Polytechnic University of Cartagena, is collecting Decathlon brand 'easybreath' snorkel masks to send to the UPCT where respirators are being developed for health centers and hospitals.
Anyone who wants to make a donation of this type of mask can call 659 081 657
It is an initiative originated by a group of residents of Los Cánovas that gathered several diving goggles, in addition to thousands of caps, which they delivered to the UPCT and the Santa Lucía Hospital in Cartagena.
From the city council they make a special thanks to all the professionals who work every day exposed to COVID-19, such as health, Local Police, Civil Guard, Civil Protection, security services, street cleaning and garbage collection personnel, cleaning staff of buildings, social services, sports volunteers and other municipal workers.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Fuente Álamo