“Taking care of you is taking care of ourselves. Your help can save lives. Scan this QR code and send an alert to GuardianCovid ”. With this message, the Tías City Council has launched a campaign to stop Covid-19 cases in the municipality with a system that sends anonymous notices of non-compliance with Health protocols to the Local Police.
The notices can be made by scanning the QR code through the City Council website , its app and the posters that are being placed throughout this week in strategic points of the municipality.
The mayor, José Juan Cruz, the head of the Local Police, Antonio Jesús Rodríguez, the Councilor for New Technologies, Kalinda Pérez, and the Councilor for Health, Laura Callero, presented the posters on Tuesday and stressed the importance of cutting off the transmission of the virus, avoid infections, hospitalisations and deaths.
José Juan Cruz asked citizens for “individual and collective responsibility.” “We have to take care of ourselves, be strict to stop this pandemic”, the mayor stressed, while Antonio Jesús Rodríguez pointed out that “the administrative section of the Local Police has already carried out the necessary training to manage this online tool ”.
Kalinda Pérez explained that thie tool has a privacy and data protection certification and will be promoted through the social networks of the Tías City Council, which will also publish a video detailing how to use it and how to “report any breach of security measures, groups of people, possible infections or simply relevant information that can help protect the municipality against the risks of covid19 ”.