She added that these medical professionals will be distributed according to the demands registered in past years, as well as to give priority to the tourist resorts. Furthermore, the Ministry for Health and Consumer Affairs, is soon to start up a informative campaign, aimed at the risk of the heatwaves this summer.
This campaign will focus on the most sensitive groups of the population to the higher temperatures, such as children, the eldery and people with chronic illnesses. Through this campaign the Ministry will send out warning signals to advise residents about the days which are expected to be extremely hot.
This is so people can take opportune measures before these heatwaves hit the islands, Aina Castillo added.
The heatwave campaign will also send out precautionary messages to residents and tourists in the Balearic Islands.
In this way, the campaign will recommend people to drink lots of liquids, to not do physical exercise during the hottest hours of the day, to not stop out in the sun for long periods of time and to be careful when handling food, especially eggs.
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