The Civil Guard intensifies surveillance in industrial areas to guarantee the provision of only essential services

The controls of companies in industrial estates and roads have been increased through surveillance by land, sea and air

There have also been many inspections of industrial warehouses and interviews with security guards and workers

The Civil Guard, in application of the measures established to protect people from the risk of contagion, to attend to those who are especially vulnerable, and to guarantee the provision of essential health and social services, has increased controls in industrial areas.

The objective is to avoid carrying out those industrial activities not declared essential in Royal Decree-Law 10/2020, of March 29, which regulates a recoverable paid permit for employed persons who do not provide essential services. , in order to reduce population mobility in the context of the fight against COVID-19.
To that end, in addition to the mobile and fixed controls and identification devices that are installed both on urban and interurban roads, inside urban areas, industrial estates, etc., the Civil Guard has intensified the surveillance of populations, industrial estates, roads by land, sea and air.
Among many others, companies from the Ágreda (Soria), La Piel and Ubrique estates, and the Chipiona fish market in Cádiz, and industrial estates in Cabanillas del Campo in Guadalajara, Llanos Salteras in Seville or Fuente Palmera in Córdoba have been inspected. In Zaragoza, the Civil Guard has interviewed security guards to verify that restrictions are met in commercial establishments, as well as inspected companies in the textile sector. In Mogán (Las Palmas) inspections have also been carried out to verify the closure of hotels.
Also in La Rioja, the Civil Guard Air Service has increased the surveillance of towns, industrial estates, roads to guarantee the provision of essential services, in addition to avoiding the possible commission of thefts.
For more information you can contact the telephone numbers 91 514 6010 or 639 89 46 61.


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