The first 120 migrants arrive at the Cartagena Emergency, Reception and Derivation Center

Entrance to the Cartagena Emergency, Reception and Derivation Center

The Emergency, Reception and Derivation Center that the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration has launched at the Naval Hospital of Cartagena, welcomes from this Friday the first 120 migrants who will be housed there.

The first phase of this device is now available and in the following weeks it will be progressively expanded to a maximum capacity of 600 seats. Accem is the entity that will be in charge of managing this new resource, which has come into operation without any incident.

To this device is added the one opened a week ago at the General Arteaga Watercolor in Madrid. For its part, the Primo de Rivera Watercolor of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) will open in the coming days.

These devices, in addition to the own resource opened in Mérida in the hostel provided by the local City Council, They will allow increasing the capacity of the reception system by more than 3,700 places and gradually releasing, depending on arrivals, those open in other resources used in a conjunctural way in recent weeks to address the peak of arrivals at coasts that has occurred


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