By Tony Winterburn •
Published: 18 Nov 2020 • 11:13
Moreno Asks For ‘Best Behaviour’ This Christmas
ANDALUCÍAN President Juanma Moreno to Decide Whether to “extend, make more flexible or tighten” restrictions on Sunday, November 22.
Juanma Moreno will preside over the meeting in which the evolution of the pandemic will be analysed and it will be decided whether to “extend, make more flexible or tighten” the restrictions across the region of Andalucía. The restrictions, that came into force on November 10, were originally supposed to run out or be ‘reinforced’ on Tuesday, November 24.
The Minister of the Presidency, Public Administration and the Interior, Elías Bendodo, at the press conference after the weekly meeting of the Governing Council, warned that if the curve of contagions, hospital admissions and ICU admissions is not reduced “we will have to continue taking measures, whatever is necessary.”
Bendodo also assured that the objective of the Andalucían Government with these measures is that by December, “if the curve allows it, the economy can be made more flexible and open a little to save the Christmas season”, and insisted that “we cannot relax for a minute” because “we are risking the future of an entire generation.”
Juanma Moreno warned this Tuesday on his Twitter account that the “slight drop” in the incidence data of the Covid-19 coronavirus in the autonomous community during the last two days “is still insufficient” and went on to emphasise that “we cannot relax for a single minute. ”
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