Restrictions Remain In Place For 14 Malaga Province Municipalities

Restrictions Remain In Place For 14 Malaga Province Municipalities.  There are now only 14 municipalities in Malaga Province where restrictions remain in place.

Restrictions Remain In Place For 14 Malaga Province Municipalities

Restrictions Remain In Place For 14 Malaga Province Municipalities

The number of municipalities in Malaga Province with restrictions in place has now fallen to just 14.  On Friday 19th February another 25 municipalities were able to reopen their borders, a day earlier than originally planned.  The early publication of the BOJA by the Junta De Andalucia was received well by many citizens.

The municipalities in Malaga Province where border closures are still in place are:

  • Algatocín
  • Cortes de la Frontera
  • Estepona
  • Gaucín
  • Manilva
  • Marbella
  • Montejaque
  • Ojén
  • Ronda
  • Villanueva del Trabuco

The accumulated incidence rate of covid-19 remains above 500 which means that it is only possible to enter or leave these municipalities for valid reasons.  Businesses are allowed to open within the municipalities, as per the regional regulations.

Non-Essential Businesses Closed

Four municipalities in Malaga Province still have an incidence rate higher than 1000 cases per 100,000 people. Within these, all non-essential businesses remain closed along with the municipal borders.  The municipalities still in this bracket are:

  • Árchez
  • Benaoján
  • Cañete la Real
  • Serrato
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Regional restrictions remain in place in Andalucia.

Regional Restrictions In Andalucia

Restrictions which remain in place throughout Andalucia, regardless of the incidence rates, are the closure of all non-essential businesses (including bars and restaurants) at 6pm, a 10pm curfew, a maximum of 4 people at social gatherings, and alcohol sales in shops and supermarkets are restricted after 10pm.

Published: 19.02.2021

Written by Dave James.

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