Gegen Unvernunft und Verantwortungslosigkeit während der Pandemie: Zusammenarbeit zwischen Gemeinde, Polizei und Comunita`CP20 marzo 2020
Coopération entre la Commune, les forces de police et la Comunità contre superficialité et irresponsabilité en temps d’épidémie20 marzo 2020
As you know in Sardinia, quarantine is mandatory, in addition to the cases planned by the Prime Ministerial Decree of March 11, FOR ALL COMING FROM THE MAINLAND FROM FEBRUARY 26, 2020.
Yesterday afternoon, March 18, in Costa Paradiso a gentleman was arrested and fined by the Carabinieri (as indicated by our security service) who instead of respecting the quarantine was leaving the Community by car.
The episode allows us some simple reflections:
the exact perception of the seriousness of the situation and the need to follow the rules, which in Sardinia are, and rightly, stricter, given the famous 'escapes from the mainland' prior to the Prime Ministerial Decree of the March 11th.
Costa Paradiso is at risk, due to the arrival, in the critical period, of a certain number of non-resident owners. Currently there are about 80 presences between usual residents and arrivals from the mainland.
After an initial phase of disorientation, understandable by the overlapping of governmental and regional orders, an excellent level of collaboration was reached between the public security forces (Carabinieri, Local Police, Forestry) and the staff responsible for monitoring the Community.
In accordance with the Carabinieri Command, a check was made on the entrances of those who declared that they had to do work within the territory.
The days following the national government decree, which imposed strict observance of the arrest of any movement, except in cases of proven necessity, we have often witnessed the irresponsible behavior of many who have claimed to enter without self-certifications and to carry out work that are not justified by the seriousness of the infection.
This unbending line is necessary, even if it brings inconvenience.
We realize this, but we are aware that in this moment the interest of the community goes beyond the temporary damages that everyone, some more, some less have to endure.
It’s pointless to make appeals: many people are getting sick, many elderly people die, gardens and walls can obviously wait.
The Board of Directors of the Community
March 19, 2020