The Easter device of marbella will have a deployment of 300 troops, which will include more than 150 agents of the Local Police, and will increase surveillance in the processional routes and areas with greater influx, as reported on Tuesday by the councilor of the branch, José Eduardo Díaz.
This has been highlighted by the mayor after maintaining a Planning meeting with those responsible for the Security Corps and Forcesemergencies, municipal delegations and brotherhoods in which, as he specified, “we have reviewed one by one the planned departures and all the necessary means have been put in common so that these festive days take place with absolute normality, always respecting the sanitary protocols.
you have specified that the Local Police “will be present at official acts and will also cover the increase in tourist and commercial activity in points such as the Old Town of Marbella, the center of San Pedro, promenades, Puerto Banús or the Marina Virgin of Carmen”.
The mayor has highlighted that this operation will also integrate 60 Civil Protection volunteers “because it is an essential service that has been preparing for weeks and has been reinforced with twenty new additions to give the best response”, as well as to two mobile firefighting teamsone in Marbella and another in San Pedro, and an ambulance.
It has also indicated that “It will be a cardioprotected Holy Week, since we will have several defibrillators and they have also been offered cardiopulmonary resuscitation courses to religious entities” and stressed that “our goal is for citizens to enjoy these significant dates with the utmost tranquility, but with due caution, especially in crowds, where the use of masks is recommended.”
For his part, the president of the Association of Brotherhoods and Brotherhoods of Marbella, Francisco Gil, thanked the City Council “for its magnificent and permanent collaboration to design safe routes” and added that “it is an edition that we welcome with special illusion after these two years of pandemic in which it has not been possible to carry out processional exits”.