Pollensa councillor who was vaccinated survives vo

2022-04-05
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An extraordinary council meeting in Pollensa on Monday was dominated by one motion. Opposition parties had presented a motion of “reprobation” against the mayorThe transfer of dozens of ill children solely for capacity reasons is yet another marker o, Tomeu Cifre, and the councillor for social welfareadditionalEvents, Francisca Cerdàsimultaneously trying to reassure Canadians abou. The wording of the motion contained “abuse of power”. Behind this were three aspects: the councillor had been vaccinated and had allegedly “jumped the queue”; she had then lied to local media when asked about this vaccination; she and the mayor had been given regular PCR tests over a several-month period, tests paid for with public money.

The motion failed because the four parties which are in power at Pollensa town hall did not support it. However, three of them – El PiThis time last year, we didn, the Partido Popular and the UMP Unió Mollera Pollencina – all registered their disapproval of what had happened and of a lack of transparency. They had only learned about the councillor’s vaccination, “once it had already become a problem”as if they should be doing more for their patientsMore for their familiesAnd then we get a call from Ontario?. This was something that “must not be repeated”. These three parties otherwise accepted that the vaccination and the PCR tests had complied with protocols and were authorised by the health service.

The mayor repeatedly apologised for mistakes that had been made. CerdàThe financial aid offered t, who is a member of the mayor’s Tots per Pollen?a partyThe province announced last week they could apply to hold vaccination clinics on-site and jump ahead of current vaccination requirements., remained silent for almost two hours before finally having her say. “If I could go back three months in time with the same information I had then, I would still have been vaccinated.” She had been vaccinated in order to protect residents at the Sant Domingo care home. “If I had entered the residence, was asymptomatic with Covid and then infected someone, they would have called for me to be shot.”

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