The Junta has published the changes announced yesterday evening in the official regional gazette (BOJA). It confirms the list of closed municipalities.
1. Maximum gathering, interiors and exteriors are reduced to four people. This does not affect those living under one roof nor establishments opened to the public. Neither does this limitation affect work activities, schools and universities.
2. As the situation develops, towns may be added to those that have their boundries closed if they surpass 500 infected per 100,000 inhabitants.
3. Federated athletes involved in official sporting events, not withstanding their living in a closed municipality, can cross provincial boundaries to participate in winter-sport competitions or to train as long as they have forfaits (for the Sierra Nevada).
Cortes y Graena
Dehesas de Guadix
Cogollos de Guadix
Moraleda de Zafayona
Beas de Granada
Cogollos de la Vega
Ventas de huelma
Benalúa de las Villas
Málaga Province (Axarquía)
Editorial notes: Bars and restaurants are restricted to a maximum of four people at a table.
Sierra Nevada remains open to people who want to ski for fun as long as they live in the province and do not come from a municipality included in the list above.
Finally, a reader commented that Carataunas was wrongly identified as closed down and that it should have been Soportújar. Unfortunately, the BOJA does not confirm this.
(News: Granada, Andlucia)