The applause and sirens have become the symbol of victory in the fight against the coronavirus.
In addition to the customary collective tribute to the toilets, this Friday members of Civil Protection came to thank with applause and sirens the work of the Coordinating Center for Emergencies and Security (CECOES) of the 112, in the León y Castillo street, as it has been seen in the video that they have shared on their twitter account.
Every afternoon citizens applaud the toilets who work piece by piece to banish the virus and the health workers applaud the citizens who with their confinement work to stop the contagion curve.
During these weeks, it has also been possible to see police and firefighters sounding their sineras every afternoon to transfer their sound to a population that has been confined since March 14.
A visit that we had to make, to our colleagues in the @ 112canarias in the Las Palmas Operating Room.
Thanks for your work @PoliciaLPA @BomberosLPA @polprcanarias @Civil Guard @CGPCanaria @CruzRojaLP @emergenciasgc #SUC #Stay at home #EsteVirusLoParamosUnidos pic.twitter.com/tNIOTdGVig
– LPA Civil Protection (@ProteCivilLPA) April 10, 2020