Public Health confirms that the Revilla food store did not comply with the regulations against Covid

The reports of the General Directorate of Public Health They conclude that the place where President Miguel Ángel Revilla ate with a group of businessmen did not comply with the anti-smoking law, nor the measures against covid-19.

According to those reports, Castelar’s restaurant and the space provided, in which the president ate on May 6, does not meet the definition of an open-air terrace.

The regional chief executiveAlthough at first he denied that a cigar that was on the table where the food was produced was his, the next day he acknowledged that it was his, but defended that he was not smoking, but had it turned off.

Vox has requested the “resignation” from the president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, for “lying” about the food in a restaurant in Santander on May 6 and has done so pointing to two reports from the General Directorate of Public Health, which conclude that the place did not violate the anti-smoking law, or the measures against covid-19.

The spokesperson for Vox in the Parliament of Cantabria, Christopher Palace, has assured that Miguel Ángel Revilla “was aware that the establishment in which he ate and smoked inside on May 6, 2021, did not comply with the regulations established regarding the covid protocol.”

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