Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses

Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses. 7 Municipalities must close non-essential businesses and 4 municipalities can reopen their borders.

Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses

Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses

The latest coronavirus incidence figures show that seven more municipalities in Malaga Province have exceeded the 1000 infections per 100,000 people threshold.  Malaga city is amongst the new additions to this list, with an incidence rate of 1008 cases. New additions to the list today are:

  • Benaoján
  • Casares
  • Cortes de la Frontera
  • Genalguacil
  • Jubrique
  • Malaga
  • Ojén

For these municipalities, as well as closing the perimeter borders, all non-essential businesses will also be forced to close for at least 14 days. This comes into effect at midnight on Tuesday (into Wednesday 3rd February).

Here is the complete list of municipalities in Malaga Province where non-essential businesses are closed (updated 01.02.2021):

  • Alameda
  • Alcaucín
  • Alfarnate
  • Alfarnatejo
  • Algatocín
  • Alhaurín el Grande
  • Alhaurín de la Torre
  • Almargen
  • Álora
  • Ardales
  • Benamocarra
  • Benaoján
  • Benarrabá
  • Cañete la Real
  • Cartajima
  • Casabermeja
  • Casares
  • Coín
  • Cortes de la Frontera
  • El Borge
  • Estepona
  • Faraján
  • Genalguacil
  • Igualeja
  • Jubrique
  • Malaga
  • Manilva
  • Marbella
  • Moclinejo
  • Mollina
  • Monda
  • Ojén
  • Pizarra
  • Ronda
  • Salares
  • Teba
  • Tolox
  • Vélez-Málaga
  • Villanueva del Rosario
  • Villanueva del Trabuco

Municipal Border Closures

Border closures have been lifted today for 4 municipalities as the incidence rate has fallen below 500 cases per 100,000 peopleThese are:

  • Canillas de Albaida
  • Gaucín
  • Salares
  • Sayalonga

Here is the complete list of municipalities with closed borders in Malaga Province (updated 01.02.2021):

  • Alameda
  • Alcaucín
  • Alfarnate
  • Alfarnatejo
  • Algarrobo
  • Algatocín
  • Alhaurín de la Torre
  • Alhaurín el Grande
  • Almargen
  • Álora
  • Alozaina
  • Archidona
  • Ardales
  • Benalmádena
  • Benamargosa
  • Benamocarra
  • Benarrabá
  • Campillos
  • Cañete la Real
  • Carratraca
  • Cartajima
  • Cártam
  • Casabermeja
  • Colmenar
  • Coín
  • Comares
  • Cortes de la Frontera
  • El Borge
  • Estepona
  • Faraján
  • Fuengirola
  • Fuente de Piedra
  • Genalguacil
  • Humilladero
  • Igualeja
  • Istán
  • Iznate
  • Macharaviaya
  • Málaga City
  • Manilva
  • Marbella
  • Mijas
  • Moclinejo
  • Mollina
  • Monda
  • Rincón de la Victoria
  • Riogordo
  • Ronda
  • Teba
  • Tolox
  • Torremolinos
  • Vélez-Málaga
  • Villanueva del Rosario
  • Villanueva de Tapia
  • Villanueva del Trabuco
  • Viñuela

It is only possible to enter or leave these municipalities for valid reasons.  These include professional and business reasons, medical appointments, legal appointments, and caring for dependants.  The Junta will modify the list of closed municipal borders every Monday and Thursday.

Alongside these municipal border closures, the other restrictions currently being enforced are:

  • All non-essential shops and businesses must close at 6pm
  • All bars, restaurants, and cafeterias to close at 6pm
  • Social gatherings limited to 4 people
  • Curfew in place from 10pm to 6am

Published: 01.02.2021

Written by Dave James.

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Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses

Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses

Malaga Must Close All Non Essential Businesses
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