The Junta de Andalucia has decided to leave things as they are concerning the present Covid restrictions after a meeting of the Health Committee yesterday.
The only exception is that there is now a top on six diners to a table as opposed to only four, in areas on Level One and Level Two. The other limitations on maximum occupation and business hours remain unchanged
The Health Committee noted that the pandemia’ tendency has begun to ease off, explained the regional Health Minister, Jesus Aguirre.
The only place where control will be increased is in residency for the elderly owing to appearance of outbreaks – Motril is a prime example where 60 people were infected in one such residence. This means staff in residencies will have regulary testing; every two weeks for those with full vacccination cover and twice a week for those that have not even had their first jab.
Furthermore, any new arrival to take up residency must have a PCR no older than 72 hours, even though they have had a full course of anti-Covid vaccination.