La gaceta de canarias tenerife
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The center of trackers located in the Fairgrounds of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has 75 workers, who are divided into two shifts -from 8.00 to 15.00 hours and from 13.00 to 20.00 hours- covering daily 12 hours of service. It is a multidisciplinary team made up of doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and social workers, among other professional profiles. “We work every day, and our main task is to call the person who has tested positive for coronavirus, ask about the people with whom they have been in close contact within 48 hours of the first symptoms, and then contact them to inform them of the protocol to be followed,” explains Gonzalez. Close contacts -any person who has remained without a mask in the same place as an infected person at less than two meters and for more than 15 minutes- should be isolated for 10 days, even those who have received the full guideline in the case of the delta variant, and a first PCR should be performed. The follow-up of the case, whether positive or negative, is carried out by the corresponding health center.
The province of las palmas
The workers of La Gaceta are in their full right to claim the support of a society which, to a great extent, laments, precisely, the painful editorial line maintained by the editor of another newspaper which was the official organ of the Movement, against all odds and against the current historical process characterized by the crisis.
One way out for the workers is to re-found the original project of MICSA, with the active participation of the labor collective in the ownership of the means of production, in order to guarantee greater informative independence. Perhaps in this way they could find greater support from society. In the meantime, we should stop buying a newspaper that is capable of reproducing the following in its editorial:
It should start regulating on the conflict of interest of owning construction and media companies at the same time, especially when they are used for the benefit of the brick and mortar business, as is common in the Canary Islands.
La opinión de tenerife
Rivero recalled how difficult it was to form the editorial staff, which was mostly made up of new journalists, and stressed that they got to have magnificent professionals “in this workshop experience that we started”.
“We also want the survival of the newspaper but we have to live” said Nuria Díaz, who considered that the employer has little interest in maintaining the newspaper when he has not even sat down to negotiate with the workers.
Reyes commented to Efe that every day that passes the situation is more overwhelming because after several months without being paid she cannot meet the expenses and is relying on family help “but you can’t ask for help permanently”.
He affirmed that situations like this put at risk not only the professional project but also the vital one, he considered that if they become unemployed they will face a labor market in regression, and he thought that the problem of this newspaper has not been economic but of bad management.
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