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16:06

Local

Costas rally to meet the demand for protective kits

Jennie Rhodes

As existing supplies of masks and protective equipment rapidly diminish in Spain, groups of volunteers across Malaga province and the Costa Tropical have started to make them in their own homes. Town halls, businesses and individuals are rallying ... town hall are making them so that their contracts don't need to be broken according to a town hall spokesperson. Volunteers with Malaga's doctor's union, Sindicato Médico de Málaga (SMM), are working to produce 300 visors made from acetate. Javier ... Sanz is coordinating around 30 volunteers who are using their own 3D printers to make the visors, which are being delivered to hospitals in the region. Cártama resident Ernesto Soler is one of 20 people with access to 3D printers in the town who is

13:11

Local

Hotels on the Costa fall empty after government orders their closure

Pilar Martínez

Some hotel managers were visibly upset when we talked to them about the departure of their last clients earlier this week, after the government ordered them to close by 26 March because of the coronavirus. Their stories about these last ... because they couldn't get a flight home. Some, however, refused to accept reality, such as a British couple who arrived at one hotel in Malaga, went to the reception area and demanded their right to stay there for the week they had booked. When the ... staff told them about the lockdown and the hotels having to close, they still insisted they were in their rights to stay. And they did, although in the end they had no choice but to leave early. They went to the airport to try to get a flight home, from

17:51

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Moorish castle illuminated in blue in appreciation of healthcare professionals

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar's iconic Moorish castle is glowing blue every evening during the coronavirus crisis in a show of support for essential services and healthcare professionals. This began yesterday at 8pm, the time when many local people go out onto their ... balconies to cheer and applaud those who are working to keep the population safe. Ships in the bay also sounded their sirens to show their support. Announcing the move, chief minister Fabian Picardo said he hoped everyone would continue to join in at 8 ... o'clock every evening, clapping and shouting to express their support for "those who are risking their own health to help others and keep our community ticking over".

17:29

Local

Keeping spirits up, at a safe distance

R. APARICIO / E. REQUENA / F. GUTIÉRREZ

Applause at 8pm for health workers during this global pandemic is now a regular occurrence across the nation. But some communities are taking it one step further and are making good use of their only connection to their outdoor world: their ... balconies and terraces. For many communities, this has become an invaluable way not only to stay connected with their neighbours during this time of lockdown, but also to keep morale and optimism high in these unprecedented times. Especially in private

16:09

LifeStyle

Help combat isolation among elderly people without taking any risks

SUSANA ZAMORA

...to the shops. For them, this situation makes them feel especially isolated. This is one of the most vulnerable groups in this health crisis, because as well as the risk of catching Covid-19 they have to spend all their time indoors. With no visitors ... other than those which are strictly necessary, this also increases their sense of being alone. This, too, poses its own risks for their health. On one hand it can affect their state of mind, making them feel low in spirits and sad; on the other, as ... parents, Vargas warns that the most important thing to bear in mind is that the person who goes to their home needs to be the one who is safest. "Someone with symptoms of an acute respiratory infection should not go, even if it is just catarrh. If the

19:49

LifeStyle

Pets cannot spread the coronavirus, insist local vets

emilio morales

Pet owners should keep calm and not worry about catching the coronavirus from their pets, say veterinary surgeons, and they are allowed to take them for veterinary appointments despite the state of alarm. They point out that many dogs and cats ... need regular treatment and medication and it is important that this is continued. Clinics are taking added precautions with regard to cleanliness and keeping clients at a safe distance from each other, and nobody should be afraid to take their pet for

12:20

What to do

Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

It may not be a new phenomenon but online cultural events and activities have suddenly seen a surge in interest. Everyday clubs and groups, bands, academies and museums are turning to the internet to keep their members, fans and the general ... public up to date with their activities. What are you doing? Help us fill the What To Do section in SUR in English during the coronavirus crisis. If you’ve moved your cultural or fundraising activities online, let us know about it: ... e-books click on www.openculture.com Yoga Yoga has also transferred easily to the web and viewers can subscribe to follow classes from their home. Classes are offered at www.competayoga.com with live Vinyasa and Yin yoga as well as free, 20-minute

20:36

Sport

Local athletes take a new road to the Olympics

MARINA RIVAS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...call to show the body's support for the athletes at this difficult time - both logistically and emotionally. Blanco told them to be patient and to try to maintain their levels as best they can given the circumstances. "The EOC is on the athletes' side ... and is fighting to ensure that they can continue to work," says Quintero, who was assured by the message. "The ones with the biggest complications are those who play a team sport or those who need equipment to do their sport, like swimmers or rowers. ... at the beginning was the news that qualifying competitions had been cancelled: "When I found out, I was in tears." Natalia de Miguel shares a rowing machine and a static bicycle with her boyfriend in their flat in Seville. SUR The uncertainty

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

...destroyed the whole island. We were there giving shelter to people who lost their family, homes and businesses. There were kids walking alone on the streets, crying, and looking for their parents. So we picked up these kids, gave them a bed, warm clothing, ... food, even a little toy to play, with while we were communicating with other shelters to find their parents. "After the hurricane passed, literally the whole island was one big mess with trash everywhere, telephone and light posts ripped out of the