La Policía de Alicante cierra cinco bares y evita cuatro botellones el primer día de restricciones por el Covid-19

La Policía Local de Alicante ha cerrado cinco bares de copas y ha evitado cuatro botellones en las playas en la primera noche de aplicación de las nuevas medidas restrictivas del ocio para frenar el coronavirus. De los locales donde se han detectado infracciones, tres se encuentran en la avenida Costa Blanca de Playa de San Juan con licencia de café concierto, uno en 'el Barrio' en pleno casco antiguo y otro en Carolinas Altas. [Estas son las nuevas medidas contra el coronavirus que entran en vigor en la Comunidad Valenciana] Según ha indicado el Ayuntamiento en un comunicado, la colaboración de los establecimientos "fue buena y la aplicación de las nuevas restricciones se cumplió de forma generalizanda tanto en distancia de mesas, limitación a fumadores y horarios, quedando las calles despejadas y los locales de hostelería cerrados a la una de la madrugada". La zona de playas fue la que requirió una mayor atención por parte los agentes que tuvieron que intervenir para atajar cuatro 'botellones' de grupos de jóvenes en los arenales de Urbanova, Postiguet, Almadraba y Albufereta. El dispositivo especial de la Policía Local en aplicación de las medidas para el control de la Covid-19 se reforzó con ocho agentes y un oficial con el fin de hacer efectivas las mismas en las zonas de mayor concentración de locales de hostelería, restauración y ocio, como puedan ser las calles Castaños, Rambla, casco antiguo 'El Barrio' o la zona de la denominada 'ruta de la madera' en las inmediaciones del Mercado Central, así como en playa San Juan, en los locales situados en la avenida Costa Blanca y Países Escandinavos, principalmente. No obstante, las patrullas también tuvieron que acudir a algunos barrios en Carolinas Altas y Zona Norte para atender algunos avisos. El concejal de Seguridad y Movilidad, José Ramón González, ha resaltado "la buena colaboración de los establecimientos de hostelería, restauración y ocio en la ciudad de Alicante que prácticamente en su totalidad han sido responsables y han cumplido con las nuevas medidas impuestas por las autoridades sanitarias para combatir el coronavirus, así como la atención prestada a las indicaciones de los agentes participantes en el operativo especial dispuesto con la entrada en vigor desde el día de ayer de las mismas". Sin humos "También hay que resaltar la atención prestada por los fumadores a las nuevas medidas que no han motivado ninguna intervención de los agentes reseñable, más allá de la atención informativa que han llevado a cabo durante este primer día de aplicación de las medidas, resaltando la ausencia de humos en los espacios controlados", ha añadido el edil. González ha aprovechado la ocasión también para hacer un llamamiento a los jóvenes para que eviten reuniones de 'botellón' al estar "terminantemente prohibido el consumo de alcohol en espacios públicos y reuniones que superen las 10 personas, apelando a su responsabilidad con el fin de limitar las posibilidades de posibles nuevos contagios".
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