The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has asked this Saturday “to enjoy the recovered normality” but without “letting your guard down” because, he said, “we cannot speak of the pandemic or of Covid in the past.”
“We live in a continuous present,” he pointed out in Ourense, at a rally in which he clothed the socialist candidate for the Xunta, Gonzalo Caballero, in his first act of this nature after the lifting of the state of alarm.
Sánchez has said that his hardest moment in these “complex weeks” has been that of the loss of human lives, in the first place; and, secondly, the decree itself that it was forced to adopt and which supposed that the population was deprived of fundamental rights, such as that of the meeting.
The leader of the PSOE has made an extensive list of thanks to the professionals who have made “Spain not stop” and has asked for caution, because until there is no vaccine or therapeutic remedy, we can be a “transmitter” or “wall” in front of the smallest infectious agent that has put the world in check.
“For me it is a pride to be the President of the Government of Spain,” he said, and praised the “discipline” seen in his country despite “dispensing with the normality of our daily lives.”