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Críticas a 'Espejo Público' por su tono en la entrevista a la organizadora de la boda del novio positivo por Covid-19

Los positivos en coronavirus aumentan a diario por lo que determinados eventos multitudinarios están en el punto de mira. Hace unos días conocíamos la noticia de una boda celebrada en Murcia en la que el novio ha dado positivo en Covid-19.

El programa Espejo Público ha querido indagar sobre el enlace y ha entrevistado en directo a Ángeles Herrero, organizadora de la boda. Sin embargo, el duro tono empleado para la entrevista ha crispado a los seguidores del programa que no han dudado en manifestar su opinión a través de Twitter.

La organizadora ha defendido que el novio "informó el lunes cuando conoció el positivo" y que el resto de invitados y trabajadores están en cuarentena. Adriana Abenia, colaboradora del programa, ha aprovechado la ocasión para preguntarle si consideraba que este tipo de eventos se debían prohibir debido al número de personas reunidos en un mismo lugar.

Mientras Herrero defendía que el evento se había llevado a cabo cumpliendo la normativa estipulada, Abenia volvía a insistir con su pregunta. Era en ese momento en que la organizadora se sentía atacada y respondía que ella se dedica a ello y que no se encontraba en el programa para dar su opinión personal.

A causa de la presión a la que Herrero se ha visto sometida, la mujer ha terminado por derrumbarse y ha comenzado a llorar. La organizadora no ha dudado en asegurar que de la entrevistas que ha concedido para explicar todo lo ocurrido, era la primera en la que trataban así.

Tras el llanto de la organizadora, la colaboradora ha aprovechado para mandar ánimos y decirle a la entrevistada que "todo se solucionará" aunque no ha dudado en mostrar su rechazo ante este tipo de actos a pesar de ser legales.

Algunos seguidores del programa han querido reflejar su disgusto ante el trato que la empleada ha recibido por parte de los colaboradores.

#19AgostoESPV Pues yo lo he entendido perfectamente, ha sido un acoso en toda regla. Habéis pesionado a la pobre empleada de mala manera, como si la culpa de lo que ha pasado fuera de ella.

— Fifa Wasbas (@FWasbas) August 19, 2020

Estáis culpando a la organizadora o pidiéndole su opinión( q evidentemente no debe dar) cuando lo que ha hecho es organizar un evento dentro de la legalidad.
En todo caso los irresponsables son los novios por seguir adelante con el evento en estas circunstancias #19AgostoESPV

— Anna Stesia (@AnnaSte37574909) August 19, 2020

Los presentadores y contertulios no os poneis la mascarilla en sitio cerrado cuando es obligatoria. ¿Dando ejemplo de etica?#19AgostoESPV

— Paco59 (@Fran59MM) August 19, 2020

Todos estos que le recriminan a la organizadora de la boda, son los mismo que aplauden a Fernando Simón por los 40.000 fallecidos. #19agostoespv

— danitorres (@Torres43Dani) August 19, 2020

Solo espero @abeniaadriana que con esos comentarios que tienes hacia gente trabajadora increpándola,te veas en su misma situación o peor aún te quedes sin trabajo y tengas que alimentar a tus hijos,seguridad si pero queremos seguir trabajando con pandemia #19AgostoESPV

— Señorita Arena (@uniquesandra) August 19, 2020
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