In 2015 the Supreme Court annulled the 2010 Urban Plan (PGOU) for Marbella and this was a huge setback for the town when it was just starting to recover from the judicial uncertainty left by the GIL councils. Since then the municipality has had to co
on. The regional government also decrees the closure of all non-essential activity when this rate exceeds one thousand cases.
But this Thursday (25 February) the nine Malaga towns - Marbella, Estepona, Manilva, Ojén, Ronda, Algatocín, Cortes
The Junta de Andalucía will this Thursday (25 February), like very Thursday, review the perimeter closures and the suspension of all non-essential activity measures in each of the cities, towns and villages across the entire region.
Any new ... municipalities that exceed a thousand infections per 100,000 residents in the last two weeks.
Specifically, the towns that exceed the rate of 1,000 cases are Lúcar (1,315.8) and Paterna del Río (1,095.9) in the province of Almeria; Aldeire (1,269.8) in Granada
The third wave of the Covid-19 crisis in Spain is already on a clear downward curve. The mobility restriction and business activity measures implemented since January appear to have had the desired effect to halt the spread of the virus.
Just as a
...carried out in the towns of Cuevas de San Marcos, Cañete la Real, Árchez, Arenas and El Burgo.
This Monday the town of Arenas will hold the first session and on Tuesday the Junta will move one of its mobile testing units to Cuevas de San Marcos, as ... announced by the towns on their social networks.
The town council in El Burgo has also indicated on its social networks that the screening in the municipality will be on Thursday 25 February for 310 residents and urged the members of the public summoned to ... attend the antigen tests.
The Andalusian health service will send an SMS text message to the selected persons from each of the towns informing them of the date, time and place they should voluntarily attend.
The Junta de Andalucía's Public Health Alert committees of the eight provinces met again on Thursday (18 February) to update the measures and restrictions that are applied in municipalities to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
As the cumulative i
...and New Year holidays, towns across Malaga province have been battling to overcome this third and more explosive wave of the pandemic for two weeks.
The province this Wednesday registered an average cumulative incidence of 429 infections per one ... publication of the measure in the BOJA Official Gazette.
They are not the only towns where changes could take place. The regional government, chaired by Juanma Moreno, also orders the closure of all non-essential activities in the
...anything other than ‘justified reasons’.
In small towns and villages, just a few infections are enough for the cumulative incidence rate to skyrocket and the regional government orders the perimeter closure (if there are more than 500 cases per 100,000 ... infections have been detected in the last seven days, five in the last fourteen, in this small municipality of with a population of 385.
At the moment there are no large towns (with more than 15,000 inhabitants) among the municipalities with more than a ... by the crisis - on Saturday.
Many Costa del Sol towns may be able to reopen their municipal borders next weekend if their rates continue to fall as several are hovering just above the 500 mark.