According to the Communication Office of the Andalusia Government, all the region has new restrictions from 00:00 on Tuesday, November 10th, 2020 until November 23rd, 2020 which suspends all non-essential activity from 6:00 p.m. However, there are special measures for Granada province where the closure of all non-essential activities are extended for the entire day. These restrictions will be reviewed at least every two weeks.
As of next Tuesday 10th November 2020, movement between municipalities will be limited, which means that it will not be possible to leave one municipality without just cause.
The borders of Andalusia will remain closed.
As of Tuesday 10th November 2020, the curfew is lengthened from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
Face-to-face classes are maintained at all educational levels except for the university whose classes are online, except for practical classes.
It is understood that essential activity can be carried out after 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., for example, going shopping at supermarkets and food, beverage and basic necessities establishments, go to the Chemist, medical appointments, going to the opticians and going to hygiene products stores, funerals, outdoor sports centers; hairdressers, buying newspapers and stationery, petrol stations, acquire technological and telecommunications equipment, food for animals and taking them to the vet, dry cleaners and laundries, going to the ITV, online commerce, food delivery service, soup kitchens, and driving schools.
Remember that the current restrictions will remain until Tuesday, November 11th, 2020, when the new measures will take effect.
In the next few hours, more details will be given, as reported by the Communication Office of the Regional Government of Andalusia. You can visit the official link http://mapacovid.es but is only available in Spanish
In case it’s helpful, some students from the University of Valencia have developed a link where you just have to enter your postcode and it tells you the restrictions in your area, but it is only available in Spanish. The link quecovid.es
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