The Águilas cemetery will open its doors tomorrow after almost two months closed due to the COVID-19 crisis; An opening that, however, will go hand in hand with a series of measures necessary to guarantee the safety of both the people who come to it and the workers of the same. Thus, in order to access the site, whose capacity has been limited to one hundred people for each of the two areas of the cemetery, the use of a mask and gloves, as well as the fact of maintaining the safety distance of two meters.
It is also advisable that people who come to visit their relatives take the shortest route to reach the place they intend to visit; a recommendation that aims to minimize the number of contacts with other people. The mayor of Cemeteries, Isabel Fernández, has called on the citizens to "be respectful and comply with measures that are totally necessary since we must not forget that although we are in the de-escalation phase, the virus is still active." Fernández has also pointed out that "during this time that the cemetery has remained closed, the City Council has worked to continue to maintain the place in perfect condition.
In this way we have replanted all the floral ornamentation and have maintained the daily cleaning and disinfection work as well as repair and maintenance work.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Águilas