Yesterday the Spanish city of Lorca began to normalize after reopening a hospital and several schools after the seism of May 11. The phenomenon left nine dead, around 300 wounded and structural damages.
Minister of National Secretariat for Migrants (Senami) of Ecuador, Lorena Escudero, informed that more than 3,500 Ecuadorians reside in camps installed by the Emergency Military Units (UME) as a provisional lodging. The money disposed for the return of immigrants comes from a fund of $20 twenty millions destined on credits to those migrants that wish to return to Ecuador.
Escudero added that the two Ecuadorians injured during the quake are receiving medical attention in the hospital Reina Sofia in the region of Murcia. Vicente Antonio Velasquez Briones was stabilized after a surgery and Galo Reyes, from the province of Loja is also recovering from minor injuries.
Meanwhile Lorca struggles to recover their routing and hospital Rafael Mendez reopened their doors. The building has no structural damage and it is expected that the hospital begin to operate during this week.