Summer Tourism for Malaga’s Costa del Sol Still on the Cards as Andalucia’s President Vouches for Mobility Between Provinces

Moreno predicts he would win in November. Image: Junta de Andalucia

Juanma Moreno, the president of the Junta de Andalucia, insists that Sanchez must facilitate what objectives must be reached to move onto the next phase and criticises the “uncontrolled” return to schools.

THE Andalucian president has reclaimed that Sanchez must make the necessary criteria for passing onto Phase 2 known “as soon as possible.” He also anticipated the progress of all “eight Andalucian provinces passing onto Phase 2” which in the best-case scenario should happen by Monday May 25.

The president has made clear that he wants there to be mobility between provinces within the region “as soon as possible,” a restriction which in reality is not scheduled to happen until June or Phase 3 of the de-escalation plan.

Moreno has reassured that he hopes “we will be able to begin moving across provinces as soon as possible: because this will incur a reactivation of the tourist economy and will allow Andalucians to “visit family.”

“I hope that this can be achieved shortly” but he also wants to be careful because this will be dependent upon “the medical situation we find ourselves in,” whose criterion we still are unaware.

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    • Michael Walsh

      17 May 2020 • 23:15

      Too little too late; Portugal, Greece, Italy, the Czech Republic etc have already opened their borders. Pedro Sanchez and the PSOE have destroyed Spain’s viability, assisted by media’s complicity.

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    • Anne

      18 May 2020 • 11:53

      No good saying how clean the air is and then make us wear masks outside. Steamed up glasses and sunglasses not to mention in this heat they are not healthy and make breathing difficult.
      I would think social distancing just now is enough, no one wants to really have to wear a mask when outside. Ok going into shops etc but not for part of getting dressed in the mornings.
      Not to mention adding to rubbish outside and for disposing, the sea will be full of rubbish again.

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