By Matthew Roscoe • 08 November 2020 • 14:56
Breaking News – Juan Moreno announces the new measures against the coronavirus in Andalucia.
Moreno made the announcement for more restrictions on Sunday, November 8, with businesses further affected.
From Tuesday, November 10, all non-essential businesses, such as bars and restaurants, will close at 6pm, this is except Granada which is in lockdown, and a curfew of 10pm until 7am will also start from the same date.
Juan Moreno announces the Andalucian perimeter will continue to be closed until November 23 as he makes the new measures to continue the battle against the coronavirus in Andalucia.
Schools are set to remain open, however, all municipalities will be closed and people will only be able to cross into other municipalities for essential reasons, i.e. work.
✅ Perimeter closure of Andalucia for two more weeks.
✅ Closure of all Andalucian municipalities.
✅ Curfew from 10pm to 7 am.
✅ Non-practical university classes on-line.
✅ Closure of all non-essential activities at 6pm.
HERE IS AN INITIAL LIST OF *ESSENTIAL* BUSINESSES:
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