Andalucía will, from Friday, 15 April, have a total of 98 municipalities with perimeter lockdowns and 33 of them will also face the suspension of all non-essential activity, for exceeding the rate of 500 and 1,000 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants, respectively, in the last 14 days.
This represents an increase of 12 municipalities with restrictions compared to the previous week. The restrictions will be valid for at least seven days.
The 98 towns with a perimeter closure for registering a cumulative incidence rate higher than 500 Covid cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last two weeks are distributed throughout the eight provinces: Granada registers 35; Jaén 19; Seville 14; Almeria, Cordoba and Huelva seven each; Cadiz six; and Malaga three.
Municipalities with border lockdowns and the suspension of non-essential activity
All provinces except Almeria register towns with the suspension of all non-essential activity for exceeding 1,000 infections per 100,000 residents in the last 14 days, led by Granada with 12, followed by Jaén with ten, Cadiz with four, Seville with three, Cordoba with two and Huelva and Malaga with one each.
Specifically in Granada province they are: Albuñuelas, Campotéjar, Castril, Colomera, Darro, Escúzar, Íllora, Montejícar, Nigüelas, Orce, El Valle and Zagra; the ten in Jaén province are: Arquillos, Beas de Segura, Bedmar-Garcíez, Campillo de Arenas, Castellar, Castillo de Locubín, Frailes, Noalejo, Valdepeñas de Jaén and Santiago-Pontones.
The four in Cadiz province are: Alcalá del Valle, El Bosque, Puerto Serrano and Ubrique; the three in Seville province: Los Corrales, Martín de la Jara and El Palmar de Troya; the two in Cordoba province are: Benamejí and Palenciana; the one in Huelva province: San Bartolomé de la Torre; and the one in Malaga province is Almargen.
The other 65 municipalities with only a perimeter closure for exceeding the rate of 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days are the seven in Almería province: Alboloduy, Alicún, Líjar, La Mojonera, Rioja, Santa Cruz de Marchena and Viator; two in Cadiz province: Benaocaz and Villamartín; and five in Cordoba province: Doña Mencía, Monturque, Nueva Carteya, Villa del Río and Villafranca de Córdoba.
In Granada province there are 23: Agrón, Alhama de Granada, Benalúa de las Villas, Cijuela, Cúllar Vega, Chauchina, Domingo Pérez de Granada, Dúrcal, Ferreira, Fuente Vaqueros, Gójar, Gualchos, Huéscar, Jun, Las Gabias, Montillana, Ogíjares, Padul, Pulianas, Salar, Santa Fe, Villa de Otura and Villamena; six in Huelva province: Almonte, Bonares, Cartaya, Lucena del Puerto, Rociana del Condado and Santa Olalla del Cala; and nine in Jaén province: Alcalá la Real, Canena, Fuerte del Rey, Linares, Navas de San Juan, Porcuna, Quesada, Santisteban del Puerto and Villarrodrigo.
In Malaga province there are two: Alfarnate and Sierra de Yeguas; and 11 in Seville province: Alcalá del Río, Castilleja del Campo, El Cuervo, El Garrobo, Guillena, Isla Mayor, La Luisiana, Los Molares, Montellano, Peñaflor and El Ronquillo.