“We work, obviously, without a mask and without being able to keep safe distances,” the actor wrote on the social network.
The actor Carlos Bardem, whom we have recently seen in series such as ‘El Cid’ and the third season of ‘Mothers’ on Amazon Prime Video, has expressed on Twitter his concern about the conditions of the actors and actresses in our country in times of Covid-19. Especially when it will be their turn to get vaccinated.
Bardem has appealed to the Minister of Culture, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, and the Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, to take into account that his work in front of the cameras (or on stage) is incompatible with sanitary restrictions. “Actresses and actors work, obviously, without a mask and without being able to keep safe distances. Do you contemplate these circumstances for vaccination?”, He has written, also expressing “the utmost respect” for the needs of other areas of the country, from health workers even supermarket workers. The actor wanted to claim the exceptional situation in which he and his colleagues work, “the specificity of our profession in this difficult situation”, and has not forgotten to throw a small dart at the end: “I ask even knowing that it is never considered culture and its workers essential “.
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As many have answered on Twitter, there are other groups of workers (health workers, cashiers and supermarkets replenishers, teachers, taxi drivers …) and also other exceptional situations (such as people with serious pathologies or functional diversity) that will probably go ahead of the actors and actresses of our country. Even so, Bardem is waiting for a response from Rodríguez Uribes and Darias. What is clear is that we are already beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel in this Covid-19 pandemic that we have had to live through for more than a year, and that “new” normality is just around the corner. the corner.
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