Rosalía and Rauw Alejandro perform at a controversial Christmas event in Puerto Rico

Monday December 27, 2021 – 7:26 pm

The concert was held the day before in the public residential neighborhood (People’s Quarter) Virgilio Davila in Bayamon, a municipality near San Juan

Spanish singer Rosalia and her Puerto Rican boyfriend Rao Alejandro brought their music to a Christmas party in a popular Puerto Rican neighborhood, which sparked controversy Monday as he gathered a crowd amid the current wave of coronavirus infections. -19.

The concert was held the day before at Virgilio Davila’s public residence (neighborhood) in Bayamon, a municipality near San Juan, and included other artists such as Rafa Papon, Liano, and Randy.

Rosalia said from the platform to the audience, according to the photos and videos posted on social networking sites: “Look, I’m from Barcelona, ​​I’m from a distance from here, but I feel very happy to be here with you.” networks.

Some of the songs Rosalia and Rao Alejandro sang at the event, which did not have an official permit, were “Yo x Ti and Tú x Mí”, “Con Altura” and “Relationship (Remix)”.

Similarly, the couple danced to the perio (region dance style) on the stage, which was well received by their followers.

However, the health sector criticized the presentation for crowding people and a lack of social distancing at a time when Covid-19 cases on the island have rebounded due to the omicron variant.

“It’s heartbreaking. There has been a call to cancel mega-activities and to see that they are actively celebrating with the group that is the epicenter of the infection, it’s still frustrating,” Carmen Zorilla, of the Science Alliance, told the radio station. NotiUno.

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Similarly, the head of the Department of Public Housing, Alejandro Salgado, published a letter on Monday explaining that he had not authorized the event at the Virgilio Davila residence on December 26.

“It is our responsibility to continue the necessary efforts to prevent and stop the spread of COVID-19 in order to preserve the health, life and safety of all our residents in public housing,” Salgado said in the letter that rejected the ceremony.

According to the data of the Health Department, the average confirmed cases on Sunday were 1,840, and 2,608 are probable, and no deaths were reported on the island, while the positivity rate was 21.89%.

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