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11:57

Local

Operation waiting list is cut by 19 per cent in Andalucía despite the pandemic

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

The waiting list for surgical operations in Andalucía has been reduced in the last year by 19 per cent despite the effect the pandemic has had on resources, according to the Andalusian Health Service (SAS). The decrease represents 26,302 fewer ... December 2019 and a decrease of 20 per cent. The average waiting time is 112 days, 19 days fewer than in December 2019.

14:11

Local

Andalusian bars and restaurants demand longer opening hours

JUAN SOTO

...claimed that already “around 25 per cent of businesses have closed forever, and that figure could reach 50 per cent if the situation is prolonged." He said that the sector believes that the time has come to extend the opening hours from the current 6pm, ... increase the capacity of establishments and to reduce the provincial limitations on mobility. He claimed that with the current restrictions, businesses can only take 20 per cent their normal income, which makes it unfeasible as they do not even cover

13:59

Local

Weather warning for heavy rain in Malaga and on the Costa del Sol

ALMUDENA NOGUÉS

The most intense downpours are expected in the westernmost part of the region, according to Aemet which predicts an instability in the weather that could last until Monday or Tuesday. At the moment, Aemet forecasts a 75 - 100 per cent probability of ... having to open umbrellas in Malaga city while it is 100 per cent in towns such as Mijas, Marbella, Estepona and Ronda. On the coast the heavy rain will be accompanied by strong gusts of wind and rough seas. The areas covered by the yellow weather

22:09

Local

The American community in Marbella has increased by 15 per cent in the past year

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

The number of foreign residents in Marbella has increased in the past year, and the American community has followed this trend with an increase of 15 per cent, according to town hall figures. More Americans are deciding to buy property in southern ... Spain, and property developer Bright says they are particularly interested in the Golden Triangle of Marbella, Benahavís and Estepona. Bright reports that more than 15 per cent of enquiries it receives are from clients from the USA, who are looking for

17:49

Local

Malaga's inland tourism businesses suffer a 648-million-euro drop in revenue

Pilar Martínez

Inland tourism in Malaga province has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic with the loss of 648 million euros in revenue in 2020 - a drop of around 69 per cent on the previous year - according to the provincial government. The Diputacíon's ... president, Francisco Salado, acknowledged that 2020 had been a "bad year" for rural tourism, although he said that despite the Covid-19 crisis, the supply of accommodation had grown by five per cent and the drop in its indicators had been lower than the ... average of the Costa del Sol. He pointed out that last year 426,000 tourists visited inland towns, 63.5 per cent fewer than in 2019, when 1.1 million travellers were recorded. Salado estimated 66,520 travellers stayed in houses and rural properties, 51.1

12:36

National

One in three people injured in an electric scooter accident in Spain ends up in intensive care

ALFONSO TORICES

Mapfre shows that more than 100 injury accidents were reported in 2020 and that six of those injured subsequently died. The report shows that both the volume of claims and the number of injuries grew by more than 31 per cent in a single year and that ... the number of deaths increased by 20 per cent, from five to six. A rider not wearing a helmet was the factor that weighed heavily in most injury and death accidents registered in 2020. The insurance company's analysis showed that practically all ... the accidents occur in urban areas and that almost half involve scooter drivers between 16 and 35 years old. The most frequent type of collisions (60 per cent) involve other vehicles - mainly cars - but 20 per cent involve pedestrians and 11 per cent

13:55

National

Europe begins the authorisation process for the Russian Sputnik V vaccine

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...internationally, because it had not passed the same tests and controls as others. However, according to an analysis of clinical trials published in February in the medical journal The Lancet, the Russian vaccine is “91.6 per cent effective against Covid-19 in its

13:32

National

European Medicines Agency set to approve Janssen's Covid-19 vaccine next week

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...in large-scale trials against multiple variants carried out on three continents. In the tests, involving almost 44,000 volunteers, the level of protection against moderate and severe Covid-19 ranged from 72 per cent in the United States to 66 per ... cent in Latin America and only 57 per cent in South Africa, from where the new highly contagious strain has already spread. The efficacy of this vaccine is well below its rivals but it has the advantage that it is a single-dose vaccine and that its

18:17

National

Junta calls for a safe national mobility at Easter plan from Madrid

Pilar Martínez

...step backwards that we could neither afford nor forgive,” said Marín warning that the measures must be uniform throughout the country and must be adopted in good time. Health passport “Around 70 per cent of tourists at Easter are national travellers

09:55

National

Illa wins in the Catalonia elections but the pro-independence parties have a majority

RAMÓN GORRIARÁN

Salvador Illa’s PSC party won Sunday's Catalonia elections with 23.4 per cent of the votes and tied 33 seats with the Esquerra Republicana (ERC). But it will be very difficult, if not impossible, for Spain’s former Minister of Health to govern, ... losses were suffered by Ciudadanos (six seats) and the PP - who are left with just three. The autonomous elections in Catalonia registered the lowest turnout in history, with only a little more than 52 per cent of people eligible to vote making their

13:34

National

Covid-19: Junta's head claims we are in 'the final part' of the third wave

ROSSEL APARICIO

...amount reaches us in April, we are in a position to reach summer with practically 70 per cent of Andalusians vaccinated," he said. "We have a positive and hopeful horizon ahead of us." Moreno has also hinted that the regional government might consider a

13:21

Opinion

FeLV, a common cat disease

ERNY HARRISON

...carriers, never developing full FeLV. Strong and healthy cats can fight back and survive, but of already weakened cats (including elderly and kittens), 90 per cent will develop persistent infections and die of related diseases or leukaemia itself. FeLV is

19:50

National

Black Monday: Spain's weekend death toll is the worst of the Covid-19 crisis

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...for a month. In just one week, infections have fallen by 69 per cent compared to the 79,896 recorded last Monday. The sharp decrease in cases was translated into a fall in the national cumulative incidence rate which fell by 83 points by two days.

18:13

National

Study claims that 80 per cent of drivers don't use roundabouts properly in Spain

A. NOGUEROL

...when trying exit the roundabout, or directly making across the roundabout as if it were a straight line. The association claims that 75 per cent of motorists are unaware of the correct use of each of the lanes, and 68 per cent drive in an ... alert other road users they are going to leave the roundabout and 30 per cent of them usually use the left indicator to warn that they are still on it and immediately change the turn signal to the right when they are about to exit. The driving school

10:47

Local

First phase of Covid-19 vaccination campaign reaches two per cent of the population in Malaga

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...still unfinished, has already reached two per cent of the Malaga population, taking into account that a percentage of these injectables are used as a second dose. Andalucía has already administered 90 per cent of the doses received, compared with the ... slightly higher Spanish average of 91.9 per cent. The Junta announced that it was going to reserve at least 20 per cent of the shipment received from central government to ensure the administration of the second dose in case of delays, so it has had to ... shipped to Spain and other countries by up to 41 per cent due to reforms at its production plant and logistics centre in Belgium. The aim of the works is to increase vaccine production capacity from 1.3 billion to two billion. The European Union will have

19:14

National

Claims that a Spanish antiviral drug can reduce the viral load of Covid-19 by 99 per cent

ÁLVARO SOTO

The Spanish company PharmaMar announced on Tuesday that its drug plitidepsin, dubbed Aplidin, has achieved a 99 per cent decrease in the viral loads of the lungs of the animals with which the researchers have worked in the laboratory. Viral load ... the trial demonstrated a reduction in viral replication, which resulted in a 99 per cent decrease in viral loads in the lung of animals treated with plitidepsin," reported the publication. The work is the collaboration between PharmaMar and the

17:53

Local

Butterfly skin charity loses 80 per cent of its income due to the pandemic

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

A Costa del Sol based charity has reported a huge 80 per cent drop in its income as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. The Debra Piel de Mariposa association, founded in and operating out of Marbella, offers support to families of ... cent drop in its income as its charity shops were forced to close and fundraising events during the year were cancelled. They have been “very complicated months” but efforts have focused on maintaining the direct care team for families, according to

17:31

National

The first Covid vaccine 'made in Spain' claims 100 per cent effectiveness in animal tests

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

A Spanish coronavirus research project, which uses a variant of the virus used to create the vaccine against smallpox, has shown 100 per cent efficacy in mice, according to a report in the prestigious Journal of Virology. This compares to the 95 ... per cent offered by the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines that are already being distributed in Europe and much higher than the 70 per cent immunity of the AstraZeneca / University of Oxford vaccine. As reported this Thursday by Spain’s Higher

18:42

National

Andalucía's mass vaccination plan gets green light with 747 sites made available to deliver jabs

ALMUDENA NOGUÉS

...asked the central government to pressure the European Union so that the region can reach the summer with 70 per cent of the population vaccinated. The Junta’s Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, explained that there are already 230,000 ... people vaccinated with the double dose in the region. "This represents 2.64 per cent of the entire Andalusian population and we trust that it will reach six to sevent per cent by the end of March." The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma

13:51

Local

New San Pedro health centre to be completed by the summer

joaquina dueñas

...budget shortfall of 300,000 euros, are currently at 70 per cent completion, according to Bendodo. The town's mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, who accompanied Bendodo on a tour of the site, acknowledged that there had been a "long-standing call" for this new

10:33

National

Andalucía needs four times more vaccines to achieve summer immunity target

Héctor Barbotta

The average number of doses of vaccines that Andalucía has been receiving since the beginning of the vaccination campaign needs be multiplied by four in order to achieve the goal of immunising 70 per cent of the population the summer and achieving ... the Junta's herd immunity target. The region yesterday (1 February) received a shipment of 85,850 doses, of which 76,050 come from the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and 9,800, from Moderna. To reach the goal of 70 per cent of the population having ... this data it is arithmetically impossible for us to reach June with 70 per cent of the population vaccinated population.” The president pointed out that the Andalusian health system has "a lot of muscle" when it comes to giving vaccines, with highly

12:50

Local

Pandemic causes Malaga Airport passenger numbers to nosedive

Pilar Martínez

The worldwide coronavirus pandemic and subsequent travel restrictions have taken their toll on Malaga-Costa del Sol airport which closed 2020 with 74 per cent fewer passengers, according to data from Spain's national airport operator Aena. Just ... by Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. A total of 59,668 flights operated on the Malaga runways throughout 2020, that is 58.8 per cent fewer than a year earlier. Both in terms of passenger numbers and flights, Malaga airport has experienced a ... decline greater than the network average which has seen passengers down by 72.4 per cent and landings and take-offs down 53 per cent compared to 2019.

19:27

National

Almost three million people infected with Covid in Spain since it arrived one year ago

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...in a row. Intensive Care Unit pressure The fourteen-day incidence rate, which on Wednesday of last week broke all records of the pandemic with 899.93 cases per 100,000, fell this Monday to 865.67, a decrease of 2.5 per cent with respect to ... cent today for the first time to a level not seen since the first week of January when the Christmas effect had not yet played havoc with the statistics. However, the pandemic continues to exert pressure on the healthcare system. Spain, this Monday, ... 25 per cent again. But the most worrying thing, without a doubt, was the sharp increase in pressure on Intensive Care Units with 45.3 per cent of the beds in the country occupied by patients with the virus, an extremely delicate situation

22:08

National

Spain closes February with 10,528 coronavirus deaths

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...positives. In just one week, infections have fallen by 30 per cent compared to the 20,849 cases reported last Monday. The cumulative incidence rate has also dropped from Friday’s 193 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days to 175.63 this Monday.

14:00

Local

Seventy per cent of foreign investors are still committed to Malaga

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

Seventy per cent of foreign companies operating in the city of Malaga expect to maintain their levels of investment in the area and exports, despite the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition half said they will maintain the same number of staff. These

17:01

National

Spain's over 70s will start being vaccinated in March - if there are enough doses

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...to ensure that between May and June there are between 20 and 30 million people vaccinated and that at the beginning of September the country will reach ‘herd immunity’ with 70 per cent of the population vaccinated. Spain’s Ministry of Health has ... said that the country received 41 per cent fewer doses of the Pfizer vaccine this week than the three previous consignments, which began shipping in late December. Instead of the 350,000 planned, the pharmaceutical company sent 205,727. However,

12:28

National

Covid-19: "Andalucía is already vaccinating seven days a week"

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...already been injected in Andalucía, which represents 60 per cent of the doses supplied to the region and a third of all those that have been injected in Spain. "The third wave requires this pace and level of dedication," he reiterated. 21 days He ... also highlighted that 20 per cent of the vaccines have been reserved as a contingency stock in order to be able to guarantee the second dose that must be given 21 days after the first to be effective against Covid-19 following the manufacturer's ... guidelines. “It is necessary to save that 20 per cent because we cannot afford the luxury that due to inclement weather or any logistics problem, that second dose could not be supplied. If not, we would commit a great irresponsibility,” Bendodo said during

11:21

Local

Shops have lost up to 60 per cent of business due to the Covid restrictions

JUAN SOTO

...businesses have seen the number of customers drop by 60 per cent, and shoppers have missed out on offers such as the Black Friday price reductions and are increasingly turning to online purchasing because they cannot get to shops in other towns. The move ... centres like Plaza Mayor. The manager of Ikea in Malaga, Linus Frejf, says people who live in the city account for about 35 per cent of visits and 25 per cent of sales, so the fact that nobody from outside the municipality can shop in the store has had a ... major impact. "For example, last week we sold less than half as much as we did in the same week last year," he says. In Marbella, the number of visitors to La Cañada shopping centre has dropped by approximately 40 per cent, because many of its clients

12:15

Local

February was the deadliest month of the pandemic for Malaga province

NURIA TRIGUERO

The third wave of the coronavirus pandemic has been the most explosive and its peak was reached in February, with almost 400 deaths in the province of Malaga. The 391 deaths were 75 per cent more than the 223 deaths that were registered in ... January, the month that previously held the sad title of being the most lethal of the pandemic. The province also registered a record number of infections in a month with 15,076 people infected by the virus, a figure that represents almost 18 per cent of