The delegate of the Andalusian Government in Malaga, Patricia Navarro, presented this morning the Playas Seguras Plan, which the Andalusian Government has launched to guarantee the safe use of the Nerja coastline during this summer. At the event, which was held on Burriana Beach, he was accompanied by the Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, and the Councilor for Beaches, Francis Arce, as well as auxiliaries, rescuers and members of Civil Protection.
The delegate pointed out that "we are at a crucial moment in the recovery of normality, so we must remain vigilant when it comes to complying with the rules responsibly, in the use of masks, keeping the safety distance, respecting the capacity and extreme hygiene ?.
The mayor thanked the Andalusian Government for the effort made to increase the safety of beach users, reinforcing the services put in place by the city council, both life-saving and cleaning and disinfection. "On behalf of the municipality, I appreciate the involvement of the Andalusian Government with Nerja, as well as the work being carried out by the Councilor for Beaches, and the team of 81 lifeguards and auxiliaries, who with the Local Police, Civil Protection and Civil Guard work to ensure that Let's enjoy our beaches in a sanitary way. "
The resources provided by the Andalusian Government to the municipality are a pick-up vehicle, a 4 × 4 quad, a jet ski with a trailer, 16 water rescue tubes, 12 water rescue cans, 10 lifebuoys and informative posters on the security measures, for an estimated value of 55,853 euros. This material complements the contribution of 45 auxiliaries to assist municipal staff in the proper development of the beach contingency plan established in the face of the covid-19 crisis.