They are the reports of disgrace. The government of Isabel Diaz Ayuso He has tried by all means to keep them from coming to light. He has even gone to court to prevent public opinion from having access to what is reflected in them, but it has not been possible.
Cadena Ser has had access to the minutes that the Madrid Municipal Police officers wrote during their inspections of the capital’s residences when the pandemic was wreaking havoc. Some forms that are also testimony of horror.
This is a faithful portrait of the conditions that surrounded our elders, the level of physical and mental exhaustion that the nursing home workers experienced, as well as the feeling of abandonment they felt at all times.
They are in total about thousand reports that now see the light, as required by the Transparency Council when agreeing with a citizen who formally requested them. Of those thousand minutes, Cadena Ser has been able to access 205all of them completed during the first attacks of the pandemic.
The reports also mention the existence of “protocols of shame”, that is, the protocols that prevented almost all residents in senior centers in the Community of Madrid from being referred to hospitals when the pandemic broke out.
Thus, from reading it we can conclude that the centers had deceased residents inside and they were begging that the institutions would take charge and allow them to remove them. Specifically, the reports speak of the Ballesol residence, Amavir Puente de Vallecas and Orpea Madrid Valdemarín.
The feeling of abandonment perpetuates over time. This is determined by reading these reports, which also denounce the lack of support from the Public administrationas well as the disorganization prevailing during the worst moments of the pandemic.