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15:04

LifeStyle

'The virus will become less aggressive; it doesn't need to be lethal to survive'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...genetics professor Eduardo Rodríguez Bejarano, who heads the Genetics department at Malaga university, says it is "too easy" to come to erroneous conclusions. Not that his scepticism stops him being optimistic: "There will come a time when it is controlled. ... Every pandemic in history has disappeared in the end. What we are trying to do now is reduce the amount of damage it causes as much as possible," he says. Aware that "society needs to return to some type of normality," he points out that pressure on ... "an extensive network of diagnoses to monitor the population" and says the system should consist of more than one test. "We need to test the greatest possible number of people at regular intervals so we can isolate those who are positive and prevent

10:20

Local

"If there hasn't been a social uprising yet, it's due to the work of the associations"

A. GÓMEZ

The Cáritas network, in over 150 churches in the province, helps people in every town and village. Its director, Francisco José Sánchez Heras, says the number of requests for help shot up immediately, and the association is assisting three main ... groups: "Those we were already giving a hand to before the pandemic, others who have never come before and some who received help during the economic crisis, then stopped and have now had to come back," he says. The situation is causing "a great deal of ... who were paid cash in hand and people who were involved in marginal activities, such as collecting scrap metal". Sánchez Heras says assistance from non-profit-making associations has saved many families so far: "There hasn't been a social uprising

17:48

National

Spain will welcome back foreign holidaymakers in July, says PM

EFE

Tourists will be able to come to Spain again from July "in conditions of safety", prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced at a press conference on Saturday. "Tourism is a vital sector for the Spanish economy," said Sánchez, encourging professionals

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...she says. Now, she is waiting her turn, like a hundred other people, at the doors of the Emaús social kitchen, in Calle de la Cruz. Worst still to come The Local Police control this area to ensure there are no problems. The number of users has shot ... of food a day, 50 more than before. And the worst, they warn, is still to come. "If there hasn't been a social uprising it's due to the work of the associations" At the same time as the requests for help have increased, says Charo Abril, the ... after being laid off work, but when their payments started coming in they came back to thank us," says Charo. Reliant on tourism season Others, around 30,000 in Malaga province, have not received any payment yet. "We are also attending to people who

14:18

Local

Sunbathing at a safe distance in Vélez this summer

SUR

Vélez-Málaga town hall last week unveiled an "innovative" scheme by which a specially equipped tractor will not only smooth out the sand on the town's beaches but also mark a safe distance of two-and-a-half metres for sunbathers this summer.

12:38

Gibraltar

Non-polluting E-bikes currently being tried out for Gibraltar Post Office deliveries

Debbie Bartlett

...months, and the minister for postal services, Vijay Daryanani, says it is important because it increases awareness of alternative forms of transport and will help to overcome the psychological barrier to getting people out of cars. The e-bikes can carry ... letters and small packages and if the trial is successful the programme will be expanded. Daryanani says he hopes other local businesses will follow suit.

12:38

Gibraltar

Gibraltar aims to go greener with some roads closed to traffic

Debbie Bartlett

Encouraged by the drop in air pollution since the coronavirus lockdown began and the fact that the amount of traffic on the roads has reduced considerably, the government is planning to close some more roads as part of its efforts to make Gibraltar g