Las cinco noticias más importantes de Europa Press Andalucía este miércoles 19 de agosto a las 19 horas

A continuación ofrecemos un resumen de las cinco noticias más importantes transmitidas por Europa Press Andalucía este miércoles 19 de agosto hasta las 19 horas: · Moreno afirma que Andalucía todavía está "alejada" de la situación de otras CCAA y no descarta nuevas medidas El presidente de la Junta, Juanma Moreno, ha manifestado este miércoles que Andalucía está "todavía alejada" de los niveles de contagio por coronavirus que se están produciendo en otras comunidades con importantes focos, y ha insistido en pedir responsabilidad a la ciudadanía para frenar los contagios, apuntando que a su Gobierno no le va "a temblar el pulso" para tomar las decisiones que tenga que adoptar, "sean las que sean y por muy dolorosas que sean".
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