During the first 24 working hours of the quarantine period established by the Government in the face of the coronavirus health crisis, the streets of Dénia have been continuously patrolled by vehicles and local and national police officers.
Control points have been established at the entrances of Dénia and other controls have been carried out within the municipality to different businesses to verify that they respect the current restrictions, as well as mobility of pedestrians and supermarkets.
In total, the Dénia Local Police have identified 494 pedestrians, more than 400 vehicles have been verified and a complaint was even carried out on La Vía street to a cyclist who had gone out to do sports, according to what he tells us. Javier Scotto, councilor for Citizen Protection.
To this we must add the interventions of the agents of the National Police in Dénia: 271 identified people, 170 checked vehicles and 10 requests to establishments (especially those whose situation is somewhat ambiguous due to the provision of home services).