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19:56

National

Arrivals from the UK into Spain will not have to quarantine

Daryl Finch

Travellers arriving from the UK will not have to undergo a two-week quarantine when they arrive in Spain, Foreign minister Arancha González Laya confirmed to the BBC on Saturday. On 8 June, the British government imposed a 14-day quarantine on ... will have to go through three health checkpoints However, following a week of uncertaintly during which tourism bosses called for greater clarity, González Laya confirmed that new arrivals from the UK would not have to quarantine, but will be

14:39

Local

Government lays out its back-to-school plan for all pupils in September

ALFONSO TORICES

The national government has been giving details of its revised plans for getting schoolchildren back into the classroom in September. The new proposals include all classes returning after the summer, and not a combination with homeworking as origin

13:54

Local

Number of confirmed coronavirus cases increases in Malaga province

JESÚS HINOJOSA

...which came after falling daily figures of 73, 68 and 53 since Wednesday. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in the province was at 2,203 on Sunday. Coronavirus daily death figure rises again in Spain, although new confirmed cases are

14:28

National

Confirmed Covid-19 recoveries pass 100,000 in Spain

Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

Spain the country with the most confirmed recoveries, although until the government's study of seroprevalence in the population is complete, a proper estimate of the number of people who have had the disease and are therefore immune will not be known. ... At the moment the recovery figure is 48% of the confirmed cases. Figures on Monday showed an increase in the daily death toll (331), although this followed Sunday's lowest ever number of fatalities since the beginning of the state of alarm - 288. ... The number of new confirmed cases on Monday was 1,831, also up on Sunday's figure of 1,729. Nevertheless the spread of the virus is measured by the rate of growth of the case figures, which on Monday was 0.8%, the lowest percentage since the start

17:05

LifeStyle

29 May 1953: Mount Everest conquered for the first time

Jennie Rhodes

At 11.30am on 29 May 1953 New Zealand mountaineer and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay (1914-1986) reached the summit of Mount Everest, becoming the first confirmed mountaineers to successfully climb to the top.

16:43

Sport

Manolo Gaspar confirmed as Malaga's sporting director

borja gutiérrez

After five months in the role on an interim basis, Manolo Gaspar has this week been confirmed as Malaga's permanent sporting director. In a video posted on social media, Gaspar expressed his delight at the news and excitement at the project ahead

17:26

Local

Malaga's daily death figure rises, but recoveries still outnumber new cases

Four new coronavirus-related deaths were confirmed in the official figures for Malaga province released on Saturday, the worst figure so far this week, after several days with none or just one fatality reported. Three more people have been admitted ... to hospital with Covid-19, but none in intensive care. The total coronavirus death tally in Malaga is now 278. Also on Saturday eight new cases of Covid-19 were confirmed (by PCR tests), much lower than the 53 patients who were officially given ... the all-clear in the 24 hours from Friday to Saturday. Since the beginning of the pandemic the number of confirmed cases of infection in Malaga province is 2,754. Of them 2,214 have recovered, according to the official statistics. There are

14:29

Gibraltar

Gibraltar steps up action after first coronavirus case confirmed

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

A case of coronavirus, or COVID-19, was confirmed in Gibraltar on Tuesday and the authorities stepped up their actions to try to prevent the risk of the illness spreading. The patient's identity has not been revealed to protect his privacy, but it ... testing people from that area, and the man who has now been confirmed as having coronavirus was tested as a precaution when he began to show symptoms. The government set up a special committee several weeks ago to monitor the coronavirus worldwide and ... cases of the virus were confirmed in Marbella and Fuengirola last week. Public Health Gibraltar issues regular updates and advice on the virus, including on social media. People are being urged not to go to the Primary Care Centre or St Bernard's

15:52

LifeStyle

Flamboyant former mayor of Malaga to appear on Celebrity Masterchef

AGENCIeS

(journalist and presenter) and David Fernández. The recording should take place during the summer, although sources at its production company, Shine Iberia, said there were no confirmed dates either for the start of recording or for the start of ... broadcasting. The total number of contestants who will take part in this fifth edition of the competition is also yet to be confirmed.

00:34

Local

Two more cases of coronavirus confirmed in Fuengirola

Raquel MErino / Héctor Barbotta / Ángel de los Ríos

The number of coronavirus cases in Malaga province rose to six on Saturday with two further cases in Fuengirola added to the three in Marbella and one in Fuengirola confirmed on Friday. The two latest victims, two men aged 59 and 62, are related ... the three people who contracted the virus in Marbella. SUR has confirmed that the two men who tested positive, aged 42 and 53 respectively, work in the same banking company as the first confirmed patient in Andalucía, who remains in the Virgen del ... Elsewhere in Andalucía, in Almeria a 28-year-old man is another confirmed case. A resident of Milan, he went to the Hospital Mediterráneo in the city after reporting a fever. Once there, tests for COVID-19 showed positive and he was admitted. Later on

14:35

Local

More than a thousand Covid-19 cases now confirmed in Malaga province

Ángel Escalera

...than in the previous 24 hours, when there were 86 new cases, but lower than the figures for Tuesday and Wednesday when there were 145 and 155 new cases respectively. A total of 46 deaths were confirmed in Malaga province on Friday, four more than the ... previous day. Of the 1,006 cases in this area, 540 are in hospital and 420 are being monitored at home. 104 patients have been discharged from hospital and 61 patients have recovered. In Andalucía on Friday there were 3,793 confirmed coronavirus ... Meanwhile, the Andalusian government is working on a contingency plan to deal with a possible peak of 22,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to regional Minister of the Presidency, Elías Bendodo. Bendodo said that the current contingency plans are

15:54

National

Friday's figures show slight rise in Covid-19 deaths and new cases in Spain

Mateo Balín

...to the government's official figures, to 26,299. This is the third consecutive day that deaths have returned to figures above 200. The new confirmed cases by PCR tests show 222,857 have caught the virus in Spain since the start of the health crisis. ... Friday's figure contributed 1,095 new cases to the total, an increase of 754 on the previous day. The daily infection rate, 0.49%, was also up slightly but remains below the red line of 1% Confirmed recovery figures for Spain have reached 131,148

17:26

National

Fourteen-year-olds excluded in the end from children's walk permission

EUROPA PRESS

...from Sunday under new lockdown conditions During the days leading up to the publication of the new rules, minister referred to children up to and including the age of 14. On Saturday, however, government sources confirmed to Europa Press that the ... included in the new decree are as confirmed on Friday by ministers. An adult or member of the same household can accompany up to three children for an hour a day between 9am and 9pm. The walks must take place within a one kilometre radius of the child's