“There is still time to make decisions and see the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic.” This is how the mayor of Valencia has expressed himself, Joan Ribó, in relation to the celebration of the Failures 2022 weeks after advocating “normal parties”, as long as “the health situation allows it”.
Asked by the media, the mayor has pointed out that the city is in a “declining phase” of coronavirus infections. Covid-19, although the truth is that its cumulative incidence rises above the four thousand positives for every hundred thousand inhabitants in the last fourteen days, according to the Ministry of Health.
Ribó recalled that a pending fallero world meeting with the department led by Ana Barceló to draw up the roadmap for the celebrations in light of the evolution of the pandemic
. «We are at January 31, the mascletaes They start on March 1, so we have time to make decisions, “he stressed.
In this regard, the mayor of Festive Culture and president of the Fallera Central Board, Carlos Galiana, advocated finding technical solutions to establish capacity in the pyrotechnic shows, but acknowledged that no decision has been made and that they will abide by the orders of the Ministry of Health.
In any case, the mayor of Valencia has insisted that the Consistory and the Fallera Central Board work “in normality coordinates” and “of course”, they will follow “what the Ministry says”.
As for the act of Shout, scheduled for Sunday, February 27 at the Torres de Serranos, Ribó believes that the situation is “the same”. Thus, he has remarked that it is a open area and that, currently, “acts are allowed at 75 percent on soccer fields.”
On the other hand, he stated that “normally” the Valencia City Council It is a “good survey” on how the level of infections in the city is evolving. In fact, he has pointed out that the numbers of positives in municipal offices dropped “significantly” during the past week, going from a maximum of 220 to 160 on Friday, approximately.
Weeks ago, he acknowledged that the City Council is working on a “maximum celebration program” for Fallas, while the president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, advocated celebrating festivals similar to those celebrated in september 2021.
The first “works of art” by the Fallas artists have arrived this Monday at the Ninot Exhibition, which in this 2022 edition opens next Friday, February 4, at the City of Arts and Sciences. It will be open until mid-March, where it coincides in location with the vacunodromeThe installed by the Ministry of Health.