Felipe VI continues with the Minister of Justice his round of meetings with the ministers
Felipe VI met this Wednesday with the Minister of Justice, Juan Carlos Campo, to comment on the measures that the Government is adopting and those that it is studying to combat the coronavirus crisis.
The meeting has been held at the Zarzuela Palace in the framework of the round of contacts that it maintains with the members of the Government since the state of alarm was decreed on March 14, to which it joins "permanent contact" with the President of the Executive, Pedro Sánchez, sources from the Royal House have reported.
With Campo, there are already nine ministers who have passed through the office of the head of state -Health, Defense, Interior, Foreign Affairs, Finance, Economy, Transport, Industry and Justice- to learn about the actions of the Executive in the face of the pandemic.
In the case of Justice, it is one of the ministries affected by the possibility that the Government isolate outside their homes people who test positive in the COVID-19 test, but who are asymptomatic.
Campo assured last Monday that if one of those affected refused to confine himself, the authorities would have the obligation to prevent him from infecting other citizens, although he pointed out that he would act "with proportionality criteria and adjusted to the legal system."
Justice has also begun to collect daily the number of deaths registered in all civil registries and burial licenses to have accurate information on the number of deaths, in the face of doubts raised by the real number of deaths from the coronavirus.