Costa Del Sol Returns To Level Two

Costa Del Sol Returns To Level Two.  The Costa Del Sol has returned to the coronavirus health level two which brings back more restrictions for hospitality and retail.

Costa Del Sol Returns To Level Two

Costa Del Sol Returns To Level Two

The Costa Del Sol health district has returned to coronavirus health level two today.  This means tighter restrictions and rules which mainly affect hospitality and retail.  The decision has been reached by the public health committee, based on the latest infection rates and hospital numbers.  Along with the Costa Del Sol, two other health districts in Malaga Province have also been placed in level two.  These are the Malaga and Guadalhorce health districts.

Health level two restrictions:

  • Number of people seated inside a venue reduces from 8 to 6
  • Number of people seated on a terrace reduced from 10 to 8
  • Restaurant and bar capacity levels are unchanged
  • Shops and shopping centres reduce capacity to 75%
  • Gyms reduce capacity to 65%
Costa Del Sol Incidence Rate

The accumulated incidence has risen above the 250 cases per 100,000 people threshold.

Costa Del Sol Incidence Rate

The return to level two is because the 14 day accumulated incidence rate exceeds 250 cases per 100,000 people. The Costa Del Sol health district has an incidence rate of 386.1 cases per 100,000 people.  Within the health district Marbella is currently at 642.8 cases, Fuengirola has 427.3 cases per 100,000 people, and Mijas has an incidence rate of 406.3 cases.

Published: 08.07.2021

Written by Dave James


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