By Pepi Sappal • 15 May 2020 • 21:17
Malaga Football Club complete eleventh signing after Pablo Hervías joins from Real Valladolid. Image: Malaga CF/Official
SPAIN’S Ministry of Health announced that Malaga and Granada finally qualify to Phase 1 of de-escalation on Monday May 18, and they join the other six provinces in Andalucia that were allowed to move to Phase 1 a week ago on Monday May 11.
Valencia was also given the go-ahead for the whole of its territory too. However, Madrid and Barcelona were denied access to Phase 1 today, but the government did meet the two cities “half way,” by relaxing some restrictions (as reported).
So exactly what new-found freedom can citizens and businesses enjoy under Phase 1 of de-escalation in Spain? Basically, citizens will have a few more restrictions lifted which include visiting family and friends at home/outdoors, shopping without an appointment, and enjoying a drink or meal in bar/cafe/restaurant terraces. Here’s exactly how restrictions will be lifted:
NEW SOCIAL FREEDOM FOR CITIZENS
EDUCATION & SPORTS REQUIREMENTS
WHICH BUSINESSES CAN OPEN?
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS FOR HOSPITALITY SECTOR
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