This is reflected in at least two resolutions to questions from the deputies Vidina Espino (Cs) and Reverón Light (PP), who requested information in January on what charges of the Canary Islands Government they had been vaccinated. The response explains that, although it is in the public interest to disclose the personal data of these people, before doing so, the proportionality of removing them to the public arena should be weighed.
Since the Minister of Health of the Cabildo de La Palma, Susana Machín, was vaccinated without being touched, other names began to emerge. Finally, the names of six politicians and the highest representative of the Bishopric of Tenerife have been made public. Specifically, on the list of people not vaccinated in a suitable time and manner is the Minister of Health of the Cabildo de La Palma, Susana Machín; the Councilor for Social Services of the Puntallana City Council, María Eugenia Rodríguez Rodríguez; the Councilor for Social Services, Health and Equality of the Puntagorda City Council, María Mercedes Candelario Pérez; the councilor for Hospital, Public Health, Safety and Health at Work of Garachico, José Elvis de León Rodríguez; and the councilor of Well-being of Arafo, Virginia Rodríguez; and the Bishop of Tenerife, Bernardo Álvarez.