By Pepi Sappal • 26 April 2020 • 16:23
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Spain’s Andalucia plans to open businesses up in the region on May 11, and restaurants and bars from May 25.
TODAY, the Junta de Andalucia’s President Juanma Moreno has said that he will propose to the central government in tomorrow’s meeting to allow businesses in the region to open their doors to the public on May 11. These businesses include those offering personal services, such as hairdressers, he said. However, he proposed that restaurants and bars open from May 25.
Moreno, however, provided no indication for when the tourism sector can open, but he did reveal that Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has accepted his tourism rescue plan. Moreno also suggested that church mass should be allowed to resume on May 3, before commercial activity starts.
Almería and Huelva are the two towns that are the most ready to open up, if the government’s de-escalation plan is accepted on Tuesday, he added.
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