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13:23

National

Junta sets new ambitious summer target for vaccination against Covid-19

Héctor Barbotta

The Junta de Andalucía expects to reach the summer with half of the population vaccinated. This has been stated by the regional minister of Health, Jesús Aguirre, in a regional parliamentary appearance. But he warned that the vaccination plan,

18:05

Local

Mijas Foreign Residents department expects Brexit enquiries to shoot up

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas town hall is expecting a marked increase in enquiries regarding Brexit in the wake of the Conservative victory in the UK general election last Thursday. According to the head of the Foreign Residents department, Arancha López, in October alon

18:07

National

Major airlines to launch a digital Covid 'health passport' in March

Pilar Martínez

...that move 82 per cent of world air traffic, and points out that it expects the application to be available in the iOS and Android stores next March. "The goal is to give governments the confidence to reopen borders without imposing quarantines on

16:51

Local

New air conditioning system installed at Villa de Nerja cultural centre

Eugenio Cabezas

...regional government and European Union regional development funds (ERDF). The town hall expects the new system to lead to greater energy efficiency and money saving as well as a more comfortable environment for the cultural centre's users.

18:20

National

Andalucía expects to surpass 30 million tourists this year

Pilar Martínez

Andalucía expects to reach the figure of 30 million tourists in 2018, despite the drop in British visitors to the region. The figure was announced by regional president, Susana Díaz, at the opening day of the World Travel Market in London. The