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10:51

National

Local police in Spain ask not to be jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

AstraZeneca vaccine is not recommended for people over 55 years of age - which leaves a large part of the membership they represent out of the vaccination scheme. The Generalitat of Catalonia began to administer the vaccine a few weeks ago to the Mossos

12:49

National

Spain's Galicia opens the way to fines of up to 60,000 euros for not accepting a vaccine

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

The Galician regional government, in the north of Spain, is set to approve a bill to punish those who refuse to be vaccinated, not only against Covid but against any other future virus, with a fine of up to 60,000 euros. The legislation does not ... law to sanction vaccine deniers and take a tougher line with people who do not comply with directives to stop the spread of the virus.

14:54

LifeStyle

Coffee not only tastes good but can have some health benefits too

JOSÉ ANTONIO GUERRERO

Starting the day with a coffee is an unmissable morning ritual for millions of people. Just the aroma of freshly-made coffee has a stimulating effect, and a nice strong cup is, for many, the best way of keeping their energy up and their brain working

13:27

Opinion

Why does having children affect women's careers and not men's?

ANA BARREALES

Apparently not, because they are still the ones who hold the top posts in those fields. Last week was International Day of Women and Girls in Science, and to mark the occasion Malaga university issued a press release about how the presence of women is ... competitive profession that if you stop for a while for family reasons, it looks bad on your CV. Well, of course, because everyone knows that men who work in science do not have children or family obligations of any type. Although paternity leave is ... granted because fathers are supposed to be equal to mothers, children are considered a professional obstacle only for women. And that is the problem for all women, not just those who work in science.

19:15

National

Biggest ever EuroMillions jackpot again up for grabs this Friday

SUR

The largest prize in EuroMillions history - a jackpot of 210 million euros - will be up for grabs for a second consecutive week this Friday (26 February). The money has been rolled over as it was not claimed in last week's draw. Should there be no ... winner again this week, the prize will be carried over for the next two weeks, until Friday 9 March. At this point, if the money has still not been claimed, it will be put into the closest category below in which at least one winner has been found.

18:59

Local

Biggest ever EuroMillions jackpot again up for grabs this Friday

SUR

The largest prize in EuroMillions history - a jackpot of 210 million euros - will be up for grabs for a second consecutive week this Friday (26 February). The money has been rolled over as it was not claimed in last week's draw. Should there be no ... winner again this week, the prize will be carried over for the next two weeks, until Friday 9 March. At this point, if the money has still not been claimed, it will be put into the closest category below in which at least one winner has been found.

21:34

Local

Beer and wine not included in ban on alcohol sales after 6pm

E. PRESS

Beer and wine will not be affected by the new ban on sales of alcohol in shops in Andalucía after 6pm. The details of the new restriction, published this Friday in the official gazette of the Andalusian government (BOJA), state that the rule only

10:50

Local

Andalucía starts Covid-19 jabs for the over 80s not living in care homes

Ángel Escalera

The Junta de Andalucía has started the vaccination campaign against the Covid coronavirus for people over 80 years old who do not live in care homes and who can travel to vaccination centres. In Malaga province, it began in Ronda on Thursday (11 ... workers who will get the AstraZeneca vaccine if they are under 55 years old. If they are over 55 years of age or suffer from serious pathologies, they will be given the Pfizer forrmula. In total, there are about 35,000 people in this group. What has not

10:26

Local

Covid jabs rolled out for the over 80s in Andalusian health centres

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Appointments are still being scheduled at a slow rate because the number of doses available is insufficient to cover the existing demand. Several health professionals consulted by SUR have called for "calm" from those who have not yet received a call from ... their clinic saying, "There are not many doses, but we will give appointments little by little.” They warn that it is not necessary for the elderly to call to ask when it is their turn because there is a risk that the telephone lines will be jammed and ... not two. The Junta de Andalucía announced this Tuesday (16 February) a plan that will enable the injection of half a million weekly doses - despite the fact the region does not have enough vaccines at the moment. The Junta is demanding "around

10:30

Local

Police eject a hundred Covid rule flouters from a Marbella bar

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

not wearing masks nor respecting social distancing measures. Sources said that the bar owner was reported and the premises were evicted and provisionally closed. Many of the police actions are the result of tip-offs from the public who call 091 to

17:40

Local

Marbella, Estepona, Ronda and six other Malaga towns to ease their border lockdowns

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...principle, the changes to the mobility measures should take effect on Saturday morning, although last week the Junta brought forward the lifting of the restrictions one day, and is not ruled out that the re-openings will not be effective from midnight this ... Low risk is when the rate is between 50 and 150 and a 'new normal' when it falls to less than 50. Despite the decrease in infection rates, the Junta will not reopen mobility between the Andalusian provinces until at least 3 March, when the committee

14:22

LifeStyle

Spain's Goya film award nominees will not attend because of the Covid-19 closures in Malaga

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Caixabank Theatre in Malaga has announced that nominees will not attend the ceremony in person but be connected by video calls from their homes. The only people to attend the ceremony will be the presenters and award-givers, as well as the winner of the ... protocols must be complied with and this sends a message to all groups: this is a global fight. The pandemic has worsened and now we are at a peak, and we do not know how it will be when we get to 6 March," said the Malaga actor. Director of the Film

13:36

Local

Barceló hotel group announces plans to increase its presence on the Costa del Sol

Pilar Martínez

...to recover after this crisis”. He put the focus on the Marbella and Estepona area, which he has said always arouses great interest, but regretted not being able to give more details of the new projects yet. Acknowledging that “without a doubt ... there has not been a worse crisis in tourism,” he has called for direct aid to the sector, cuts in local taxes and measures to encourage demand. “We are working to make the company stronger,” he said, after outlining a plan to reposition assets, which

12:28

Local

Foreign residents in Malaga province encouraged to get on the 'padrón'

A. M. ROMERO

...foreign population in Malaga was 333,045. Of these, 63,253 were not on the 'padrón'. It is these people that are being targeted by this multi-phase campaign. Diputación chief Francisco Salado stressed it was "very important" to get on the padrón because

13:02

National

Andalucía to allow visits to the elderly in care homes

EUROPA PRESS

Andalucía will once again allow visits to care homes for the elderly if one week has passed since the residents have received the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine - and as long as the residence in not in an area with a 14-day Covid-19 ... whether or not vaccination is mandatory for workers with vulnerable people, but we cannot force them for the moment." Asked about possible irregularities in some centres, the general director said that "the vast majority are doing things reasonably ... well", but has acknowledged that "there is evidence” of some not doing their job properly. "The full weight of the law will fall on those who do not treat our elders with dignity," he stressed, adding, "We cannot forget that the elderly have all the

10:33

National

Andalucía hopes not to toughen coronavirus restrictions after January 10

EUROPA PRESS

The vice president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juan Marín, has said that he hopes the current measures that are in force in the region against the coronavirus pandemic can continue to be maintained after 10 January and they do not have to be ... extension of opening hours for commercial and hospitality businesses. Marín has said that he hopes the Christmas holidays will not lead to a worsening of the pandemic situation in Andalucía and that the current restrictions will not have to be toughened

15:27

Local

Benalmádena ice rink not expected to reopen for 'at least six months'

Ivan Gelibter

...forced the centre to close at 6pm. The head of Sports at the council, Joaquín Villazón, insisted that the closure was a direct result of the coronavirus and the drop in the number of users and not because of a bad management. He said, "As a government ... team we are going to ensure that all jobs are saved, and reopen the facilities once the current health crisis has passed." Not profitable The centre is divided into three parts: the skating rink, the gym and the pool. In the case of the first, the ... had been lost. Given this situation, Villazón explains, the concession holder did not see it profitable to continue with the service. The town council announced that they have started to work on a new proposal, but that it will not be ready for at

12:44

Local

'The acid has not damaged Sandra's vital organs; at least there is one ray of light'

JUAN CANO / FERNANDO TORRES / ALVARO FRÍAS

However, the mayor of Casabermeja, José María García, has told SUR that an update on her condition gives hope: "The acid has not damaged Sandra's vital organs; at least there is one ray of light." Despite this medical experts in Seville say that the young ... woman is still not out of danger. Hospital sources said in a statement, “Her condition continues to be very serious.” Cristina, Sandra's friend who was also in the car when it was sprayed with acid, remains in the burns unit at the Malaga Regional

17:59

Opinion

Are they controlling us or not?

ANA BARREALES

It seems that determining whether a gathering of people has become a crowd or not doesn't depend on the number of people gathering, nor on what space they are gathering in, but on what they are gathering for and who is promoting it. Let's give some ... and that such events should be avoided. "What we saw the other day does nothing to flatten the curve," he said. Restaurant and bar owners, meanwhile, were left wondering why you could take in the sights from the street but not from their terraces. ... they make us stay indoors at a certain time, on the other they trust us to act responsibly. They put up the same Christmas lights as any other year and install them earlier than ever, as if to make a point that not even a pandemic can take them away.

12:09

Local

Can vaccination end the virus? 'Maybe in time, but we must not drop our guard'

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

As happens with many epidemics, I had been thinking that it may have significantly decreased or even disappeared, but like others, there still seem to be unknown factors prolonging it, no matter what is being done or not being done. The evolution of ... context. To be able to eradicate the virus through vaccination we would need three aspects in our favour. One, the vaccine would need to be significantly effective in every person that receives it (effectiveness being defined not just as the simple ... person after another in that same place. That is equivalent to one solid year of vaccinating (again, 24 hours a day) if there were 380 different vaccination points. Those are not pleasant figures for those responsible for the logistics. And here’s a

15:18

Opinion

Comfort food

ANDREW J. LINN

...a sensation produced by consciously doing something that we know we should not be doing. Examples are chocolate, bacon sandwiches, fish and chips, ice cream, a fry-up, a curry, or whatever we could eat more of even though we are not hungry. Comfort

11:17

National

622,600 jobs in Spain lost to the coronavirus crisis in 2020

LUCÍA PALACIOS

2020. However, the job market picture is not complete if the 755,000 workers who count as employed but who, at the end of 2020 were affected by the ERTE furloughing scheme - with their work suspended, totally or partially, and with a salary reduction ... of 30 per cent - are not taken into account.

13:42

National

Junta claims 'there are means' to promote safe tourism but criticises a lack of government 'will'

EUROPA PRESS

...plan" for all the regions, to avoid the impossible situation of Andalucía deciding to lift its perimeter closure when neighbouring regions do not do so, leaving the region Andalucía “isolated.” Marín also went on to say, "The reasonable thing is that ... crisis. The Andalusian vice-president added that the Junta does not have "much room for manoeuvre" to make decisions that favour tourism, for example with airports, since these are controlled by the national government of Spain. "But I do not see a

20:51

National

Andalusian president asks public to 'stay at home' in face of 'explosion' of Covid-19 cases

EUROPA PRESS

...increase in infections during the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. He has asked people in Andalucía to "stay at home to the best of their ability" and try "not to multiply unnecessary social gatherings" or move meetings with friends or family members ... who are not living together to their homes. Moreno delivered his message in the Seville town of Mairena del Alcor during a speech at the inauguration of new hospital facilities. The Junta’s head said he anticipated that it will be the "hardest, ... most difficult and complex time of those experienced so far". He asked the public for "responsibility in each of our behaviours" and suggested "stay at home as far as possible". Moreno warned people not to turn houses into "mini-restaurants" or hold

13:18

Opinion

The tooth hurts

Peter Edgerton

...he's poised to extract a tooth which had crumbled in defeat over Christmas, having been filled more often than my favourite pint glass. He may or may not have rubbed his hands in glee before commencing work; it's hard to recall the details. Apparently ... parlour clutching a bottle of whisky, I didn't know what on earth to expect. I did ask if they were going to give me gas at one point which caused not a little mirth. Anyway, off we set with a double anaesthetic injection, not a particularly good sign I ... felt. Neither was my brilliant dentist's "Mmm" noise as he delved into the abyss. It reminded me of the one a car mechanic expels shortly before informing you that the repair might go horribly wrong but, not to worry, he's got a mate with lovely Mondeo

10:51

Local

Firefighters help recover the body of elderly man from Malaga flat

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

The body of an 84-year-old man has been found dead in his apartment, in the La Trinidad district of Malaga city. Neighbours alerted the police after having not seen him for several days. But given the difficulty of gaining access to the

18:20

Local

Car totally gutted after blaze on A-7 motorway near Malaga

áLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

A driver had a lucky escape after their vehicle burst into flames on the A-7 motorway this Monday. The state of the vehicle after the blaze on the A-7.SUR The alarm was raised at 8.05am, when several people called the emergency services on 112 to