Francisca Cerdà, Pollensa councillor, explaining that she has been vaccinated

Francisca Cerdà with Mayor Tomeu Cifre (centre).

01-02-2021Elena Ballestero

Francisca Cerdà, a deputy mayor in Pollensa and the councillor for social welfare, admitted at a Monday press conference that she has been vaccinated against Covid. Cerdà, a member of Tots per Pollença, the party of Mayor Tomeu Cifre, explained that she was on the list of people to be vaccinated at the municipal care home for the elderly that had been authorised by the health service.

Cerdà said that she has received two doses and had been vaccinated along with residents and employees. In all, 61 people have been vaccinated - 28 residents, sixteen essential workers and seventeen non-essential workers. Among this latter group are maintenance workers and hairdressers.

Cifre, who stressed that he had not been vaccinated, stated that there had been no favourable treatment. "No one has jumped the queue."


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ella / Hace 12 months

So her boss is as dishonest as she is.


louise foster / Hace 12 months

Actually, that is not true. She did jump the queue... she is around 50 so why does she receive the vaccine before the older generation ? That is what is called being a member of the town hall in Pollenca.... just about themselves and super dishonest town hall. The last major went to jail so what can we say about the governments here.... this does not surprise me at all !