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Junta President calls for home confinement in Spain—while notifying mobility will be limited in Andalucia
JUNTA President, Juanma Moreno, has asked the central government to consider a return to home confinement in Spain. During...
Outrage as commuters pack bus in Spain’s Mallorca on same day tougher COVID-19 restrictions come into force
The commuter had shared pictures on Twitter of her journey on Palma's number 35 bus this morning
From this Wednesday, social gatherings between people who do not live together will be prohibited on the two islands
THE Balearic Islands has recorded its highest number of coronavirus cases since the start of the pandemic. The Department...
The closures will come into force from January 12 and stay in place until at least January 26
Strict measures implemented in Castilla y Leon to last until May as region struggles to curb 3rd wave
CASTILLA Y LEON has announced the extension of perimeter closure for the duration of the state of alarm. The...
In Son Espases, the island's reference hospital, 90% of ICU beds reserved for COVID-19 patients are occupied
Four municipalities in Spain’s Malaga are above 500 cases of COVID-19 per 100,000 inhabitants—as province registers most cases of...
FOUR municipalities in the province of Malaga are in the red with alarmingly high numbers of COVID-19 cases registered per 100,000 inhabitants.
A 51 year-old policeman stationed in Malaga in the Police Intervention Unit (UIP) has just died from COVID-19. The...
Hot air balloons, live streaming or static exhibitions will see the arrival of the Three Kings to Spain’s Andalucia...
CITY councils cross Andalucia have got creative to make sure the children of the region don’t miss out on the festive magic.
This is despite all of the nursing home's elderly residents receiving the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on December 30
This is despite rumours circulating in the local press indicating that the island would return to Level 3 from next
President Francina Armengol said the island will remain on Level 4 of the COVID-19 tier system but under harsher restrictions
Local Citizen Protection councillor Aarón Cano highlighted the ‘exemplary’ behaviour of the vast majority of residents
ANDALUCIA president Juanma Moreno has said the vaccination programme is fundamental in regaining normality. In a message published this...
A 96-year-old woman has become the first person in Spain to be given a COVID-19 vaccination. Araceli is the...
Between 500 and 1,000 people in Spain’s Balearic Islands will be vaccinated daily against COVID-19 from December 27
The first to receive the jab will be elderly residents and healthcare workers from nursing homes as well as hospital workers
Vaccination against COVID-19 in Spain will be voluntary, but Ministry of Health will register those who refuse to be...
VOLUNTARY vaccination against COVID-19 will begin this Sunday in Spain, however the Ministry of Health has announced that a record will be...
Police presence increasing by 50% in hospitality and shopping centres from today in Spain’s Valencia region
THE VALENCIA regional government has met with health authorities to agree that security measures in public places must be increased from today.
Balearic President Francina Armengol today revealed her plans to extend the Level 4 restrictions until at least the second week of January
More than half of bars and restaurants in Spain’s Mallorca expected to close under Level 4 of COVID-19 restrictions
"If these new measures do not yield any positive results, the government will have lost all of its credibility", said the Confederation of Business Associations in an open statement
This level has been deemed the most serious and will include the harshest restrictions in the tier system
Health Minister Patricia Gomez said the region will receive 102,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine with each patient requiring two jabs
The announcement was landmark moment in the coronavirus pandemic with the first doses to be rolled out across the UK next week
The bleak findings were made by the Balearic Social Observatory in collaboration with CaixaBank and the Department of Social Affairs
Spain’s Andalucia expects to have more than half its population vaccinated against coronavirus by spring
THE Junta has announced that between 50% and 70% of the Andalucian population will be vaccinated in spring. With...