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NEW RESTRICTIONS IN ANDALUCIA RELATED TO COVID-19
Moreno announces the closure of all the municipalities of Andalusia and of all non-essential activity from 6:00 p.m. from November 10, 2020
In addition, in the province of Granada the closure of non-essential activity will be total and the curfew in Andalusia is extended from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
The new measures will take effect during midnight from Monday to Tuesday until November 23
The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, announced this Sunday a tightening of measures to deal with the pandemic during the next two weeks. All this with the double objective of protecting the health of Andalusians, as well as the employment and daily sustenance of thousands of families. Thus, by virtue of the competence delegated by the Government of Spain during the state of alarm and after addressing the recommendations of the High Impact Public Health Alerts Council of Andalusia, the Andalusian Executive has decided
- the closure of all municipalities in the community, so that you can only enter or leave them with justified cause,
- in addition to all non-essential activities after 6 pm. This last measure, applicable throughout Andalusia, will be exceptional in the province of Granada, where the closure will be total
'It is a tough and difficult decision, but it must be applied to try to avoid the collapse of health services and recommend to the people of Granada that they only go out for what is strictly necessary,' he said.
To these measures, it is added
- the extension of the time limit for night mobility (curfew), between 10 pm and 7 am
Likewise, universities throughout Andalusia must teach classes 'online', following schools and institutes with face-to-face classes. These new measures will be launched from midnight Monday to Tuesday.
- As for those already started on October 30, they are extended tomorrow, Monday.
- Likewise, the perimeter closure of the autonomous community is extended for two more weeks, until Monday, November 23
In relation to the closure of the non-essential activity, Moreno has communicated that he has entrusted the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Employment with a regional rescue plan for those affected by these measures and has proposed to the Government of the Nation that it activate a plan Rescue companies, especially in the service sector and, within it, the hotel and restaurant industry, 'which are going to be affected by this.'