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17:02

National

Only 5.2% of people in Spain have Covid antibodies, study concludes

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The third and final stage of the national Covid-19 antibodies study, carried out over the last two months, has concluded that 5.2 per cent of the population of Spain has antibodies. This is the same figure as the second phase, published a month ago, ... and means that Spain in a long way from so-called herd immunity. Almost 55,000 people across the country took part in the three phases. In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, the results showed that 3.6 per cent of the local population ... have antibodies that give them assumed immunity at the moment.

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

...album while we were distracted, I'm not really sure, but it's all gone a bit weird, don't you think? Jangled nerves are rife, causing odd little cameos between strangers that you used to see once in a blue moon to pop up at least a couple of times daily. ... Just this morning, in the supermarket I witnessed a normal-looking chap insisting forcibly that the cashier change a ten euro note because the one she'd given him was damaged. There was clearly nothing wrong with it, but the restrained anger in his tone ... ensured he got his own way before he disappeared into the simmering heat presumably rejoicing in his perceived little victory. Maybe it's because we've just been shown in no uncertain terms that no matter how much we like to delude ourselves that we're

16:40

Opinion

Despite the beaches

Héctor Barbotta

...is true that this is not a normal season by any means. The pandemic has obliged the authorities to put strict safety measures into effect so potential visitors can be reassured that if they come here on holiday they will be safe. Or at least as safe ... as they can be in their own countries, or the cities in which they live. Perhaps even a bit safer. It is precisely this exceptional situation that has focused all eyes on our beaches and obliged us to really think seriously about them for once. ... Our destination is, above all, about sunshine and beaches, although that is something we tend to forget too often. Because if we are honest, we have to admit that the Costa del Sol is not actually a tourist destination par excellence because of its

19:38

Local

Andalusian president announces stricter face mask regulations from next week

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

Covid-19 registered over the last few days. During a visit to Ceuta on Saturday, Moreno said that the measure would be considered on Monday at the meeting of medical experts who advise the regional authority on coronavirus policies. The use of face ... coverings is currently regulated by the national government decree that makes masks compulsory wherever a distance of a metre and a half from other people is impossible to maintain. The new Andalusian ruling would mean that masks must be worn in all ... fortunately controlled and limited thanks to our excellent health services". He said that the use of a mask can be "positive" to avoid possible infection, despite the fall in cases of Covid-19 in Andalucía. He insisted that precaution must be taken and

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...are three of us and two of us have no work or sign of getting any in the future," he says. He has learned not to feel ashamed, although he admits that the first few days he stood in the queue were difficult. "I know we aren't stealing anything from ... time he came to the canteen, either. "I used to see it when I passed by here, but I never thought I would end up coming in," he says. He has still not received his payments for the ERTE that his firm applied for several weeks ago. He lives with his ... before in social assistance projects. So far they have provided 5,630 vouchers for shops selling basic products and over 5,000 bags of food. Samuel Linares, the provincial coordinator in Malaga, confirms that in recent weeks they have seen a "sudden

18:08

Local

Trans community represented on new Estepona mural

charo márquez

...features a trans woman represented in vivid colours. The town hall has said that the mural, called 'Fémina', aims to show "the importance that all genders and sexual identities are respected and is another sign that Estepona is an open, tolerant and

16:35

National

PM says taxes will rise for big firms and rich

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Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, said in a television interview on Thursday that he is planning to increase taxes for larger companies and higher earners. He explained that public services needed strengthening. "We are seven [percentage] points ... behind in public income than the EU average," he explained. He added that some big firms currently manage to pay "under 10 per cent on profits".

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

...players on each team and with the main skill set required being an ability to avoid the girls with skipping ropes who invariably stood in what in modern football jargon would be called 'the hole' or 'the channel' but that we called 'the way'. Anyway, one ... day, and with no prior warning, Jonesy stopped bringing his ball in, mumbling something about his mum and a rucksack that nobody understood and, well, that was that, a no-ball situation. Incredibly, a lot of the lads stopped speaking to him as a ... consequence. So, just to be clear then, rather than expressing gratitude for all the times he had brought a ball to school, a good number of boys decided that they'd ostracise the poor sap for the heinous crime of withdrawing the favour. It was much the same

17:03

LifeStyle

The diamond mine that failed to shine

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Sierra de Aguas, minerals such as chrome and nickel used to be mined for industrial purposes. What still comes as a surprise to many today, however, including people who live in this village, is that there are possibly diamonds in that area. This is not a ... legend, but it is true that there is a certain mystery about this remarkable tale. Today there is evidence that at least one mine was built to extract diamonds in the area known as Los Jarales, between 1966 and 1970. According to data collated by ... chrome-nickel mines in the history of Spain, hardly any information exists about the diamond mining which was carried out here, not even half a century afterwards. Apart from a few documents, the most evident proof that the mine existed is the fact that today

16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

Moving inland is an option that no longer sounds so ridiculous, especially after all we've been through recently. I know entrepreneurs, middle-aged workers and families with children who would move to a small village with their eyes closed; tired ... anyone would base their decision to have a child on a benefit that would barely get them through the first month) and other equally senseless and anecdotal measures. The worst thing is that the solution, or at least much of it, is actually within reach. ... villages to attract people to live there without bearing in mind that work, education, business, leisure and many other facets of daily life, have a telematic element that requires a lot of broadband. The sad truth is that in the majority of places that