Direct Last minute on the coroavirus
The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, has pledged with the Community of Madrid that the central government will
not ask the Congress of Deputies for an extension
of the state of alarm that affects nine municipalities in the region since last Friday with a duration of 14 days.
The announcement was made this Wednesday by the regional vice president, Ignacio Aguado, who recognizes that the accumulated incidence of Covid-19 cases continues to be "very high" despite having
fallen on average below 500 infections
per 100,000 inhabitants.
"Yesterday we got the minister to commit
not to propose the validation of the state of alarm within 10 days,"
said the number two of the Madrid government in an interview on Onda Cero about the meeting he held on Tuesday with Illa within the contacts between both administrations to coordinate a common response to the coronavirus.
"That was the commitment that we took from the minister, which I think is good news," he added.
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