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18:58

Local

Andalucía registers 5,723 new Covid-19 infections and 29 deaths

EUROPA PRESS

404. Granada has registered the most deaths with eight, followed by Cadiz and Seville with five, Almeria with four, Malaga with three, Jaén with two and Cordoba and Huelva with one death in each province. The number of patients admitted with

14:16

Opinion

Pandemic and priorities

PETER HARRISON

...a long and serious illness. I bowed out of the commitment and suggested renting from a good stable. My wife and I have eight acres of land near El Chorro and I would certainly love to renew my riding life but in retirement we believe in our

11:28

Local

'Tired and overloaded': historic shortage of nurses in Malaga province

ALBERTO GóMEZ

...only 3.29 compared to the Spanish average of 5.3 of the Spanish average. Only Granada, with 3.26, registers worse data than Malaga, far from the more than eight nurses for every thousand people in Navarra, the province with the highest coverage. Juan

14:41

Local

Tourism falls into a coma on the Costa del Sol

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

...visitors arriving in the first eight months of 2020 is the equivalent of the total for the month of March alone last year. The occupancy of the Costa's hotels has fallen to an average of 37% of rooms booked between January and August, compared with 62.7% ... at Malaga Airport where activity has been concentrated in just one terminal during the pandemic, first in T2 and now in T3. More than 9.5 million fewer passengers used the airport in the first eight months of the year of 2020 than the volume for ... due to its greater dependence on international visitors than other areas, the former president of Exceltur, José Luis Zoreda, told SUR. Figures from the survey of frontier movements carried out by the INE show that in the first eight months of this