During the morning of this Monday, the Calasparra City Council delivered more than 1,700 reusable masks to both schools and the local institute that will serve to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The mayor of the town, Teresa García, together with the councilor for education, Cristina Ruiz, have personally delivered the masks to the management teams of the centers and have been interested in how the development of the school year is progressing.A mask has been provided for each enrolled student, for teachers and service personnel who work in these centers.
These masks have been made with two cotton textile layers and another inner polypropylene layer, which create a bacteriological barrier and allow air to pass through, and they also last for 25 washes, which contributes to reducing the ecological footprint of this pandemic in environment.The mayor has communicated to the directors of the different centers that this distribution is going to be added the delivery of hygienic masks that will take place tomorrow morning.
These masks, which have been made available to the City Council by the Government Delegation in Murcia, will be delivered to the management teams of the educational centers, specifically 200 units for each of the schools and 400 units for the institute.According to the World Health Organization, the correct use of the mask is one of the prophylactic measures that limits the spread of respiratory diseases such as coronavirus; a measure to which we must also add frequent hand washing and social distance.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Calasparra