The Military Emergency Unit (UME) has landed today in Lanzarote to carry out disinfection work in some facilities on the island. This was announced by the president of the Cabildo, María Dolores Corujo.
At 09:00 a meeting will be held in the Cabildo with the president to subsequently begin disinfection tasks in places such as the airport, port infrastructure, bus stops and health centers on the island.
This starts with the good news that there is a reduction of cases on Lanzarote and now stands at three as four were found to be negative on the second test. One of these was the councilor for Health of Tías, Laura Callero and has shown to be negative on her second test.
The president of the Cabildo, María Dolores Corujo, has corrected the data provided by the ministry on Tuesday, specifying that there are only three 100% confirmed cases on Lanzarote, while the other four could end up being discharged.