Nightclubs in Andalusia could close in August
Nightclubs in Andalusia could be closed in August if people are not “careful,” warned the president of the Junta de Andalucia.
The president of the Junta de Andalucia has warned that nightclubs in the region could be closed in August if people do not act to stop the spread of the fifth wave of Covid sweeping through Spain.
Talk to Cadena Cope radio, Juanma Moreno said that only “caution” can prevent the imposition of new restrictions and called on young people to be particularly careful and vigilant.
Moreno’s comments come as Valencia will impose new restrictions on nightclubs from midnight on Saturday July 10.
On July 8, Valencia reintroduced the restrictions and urged people to wear masks outside. The Generalitat is also asking for powers to impose curfews in high-risk areas between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., limit the number of people who can meet at home to 10 and stop the sale of alcohol in stores and supermarkets. after 8 p.m.
According to research conducted by the Financial Time, “The Delta variant of Covid-19 and an increase in infections in younger, unvaccinated people have catapulted the coronavirus rate in Spain to the highest in continental Europe.
“Spain’s trajectory brings it closer to infection levels in the UK – which ends coronavirus restrictions on July 19 – with both countries betting that the increase in cases in younger people and largely not vaccinated will not cause more serious problems among older and more vulnerable groups. “, he added.
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