By Alex Glenn • 23 November 2020 • 14:31
ALMERIA will be in red alert and have 56 municipalities on the highest possible alert level for COVID-19 from Tuesday.
Tuesday November 24 will see the Junta de Andalucia employ alert level 4 grade 1 due to COVID-19. On Sunday the decision was made to extend the restrictions in Andalucia until December 10, with a few changes.
According La Voz de Almeria, “In the case of Almería, the 41 municipalities of the Levante-Almanzora district will pass to alert level 4“ and “15 of the Poniente district of Almería.
In the run-up to Christmas the restrictions have been altered to allow more freedom for toy shopping, with toy stores allowed to open till 8pm. Although if confined to a small municipality, toy shopping may still be limited.
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Originally from the UK, Alex is based in Almeria and is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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