Talavera Ferial closes after 13 months thanks to the good evolution of the covid



This Friday will end 13 months of health activity at the Talavera Ferial facilities, which in this time of pandemic have served both to carry out diagnostic tests for the coronavirus and to administer the vaccine. Without doubt, good news. Talavera Ferial was opened coinciding with the second wave of the pandemic and is closed now that there is a very large percentage of vaccinated.

The provincial delegate for Health, Rocío Rodríguez, said that The balance is very positive”, since it has allowed both to facilitate a rapid detection of the disease, “something essential to adopt preventive measures and avoid new infections and their transmission”, and “to subsequently speed up the vaccination process both in the city and in the region.” Rodríguez insisted that Talavera Ferial has been “the benchmark for vaccination both in the city, as well as in its metropolitan area and the region.”

Since October 5 of last year and up to the present time, «in Talavera Fair there have been 48,842 diagnostic tests, of which 37,658 have been PCR and 11,184 antigen tests “, explained the provincial delegate for Health. February 2 was “the busiest day for diagnostic tests”, since 631 were carried out. Regarding vaccination, since March 25 they have been administered 117,643 punctures between first, second and even third doses.

“In short, we have offered health care to 166,485 users, mostly from urban areas, guaranteeing at all times individual, quality and safe care for the user,” he added.

“Unique in the region”

For her part, the mayor of Talavera, Tita García Élez, stated that “she leaned in when it was most needed, and we would do it again if necessary.” In addition, he trusts that “I hope it is not necessary” to make this decision again, because the pandemic continues to subside “, and acknowledged that” they have been very hard months, in which we have had a really bad time. “

García Élez highlighted the “coordinated and daily” work with the management of the Talavera Integrated Area, with whom “the relationship has been close and constant communication” about the evolution of the pandemic and the operation of the fair for health purposes. He also explained that “all the spaces for the activity for which they are designed are now being recovered: the holding of fairs, congresses and the like.” “Little by little, we continue to return to normality” in all areas, “he added, before recalling that Talavera Fair has been an infrastructure” unique in this region with such dimensions.

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