Salobreña Town Hall has closed three of the entrances to town, leaving the last one, the Pontanilla one, controlled by the Policía Local.
The reason that the Mayor has taken this measure is to comply with the latest Central Government restrictions on who is allowed to continue working and who is not; i.e., the daily displacement of workers.
The Policía Local are coordinating this task with the Guardia Civil, which entails the closure of the Caleta access, the Río Guadalfeo access and the northern one. Therefore, there is only one way in and out of Salobreña.
Mayor Rufino also explained that there will be restrictions on the volunteers who are helping residents who are unable to help themselves; the volunteers will only be able to do this during the mornings, with the exception of the Sintrom Tests, which are delivered in the afternoons.
Sintrom: Acenocoumarol belongs to the group of medications called anticoagulants. It is sometimes referred to as a “blood thinner,” although it does not actually thin the blood. Acenocoumarol is used to treat and prevent blood clots in the veins by preventing them from forming or from getting bigger, but it does not dissolve blood clots.
(News: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)