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COVID-19 : Andalusia measures: The Junta de Andalucía extends the measures until December 10, although it relaxes the limitations on hospitality

Juanma Moreno, president of the Junta de Andalucía, announced this Sunday, after holding a new committee of experts, the extension until December 10 of the measures taken so far. Limitations remain, but bars and restaurants may be open to collect orders from 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., but not to consume inside. In addition, the toy sector will be allowed to open until 20:00.

The Junta de AndalucíaIn this way, it maintains the restrictions that came into effect on Tuesday, November 10. Thus, the curfew is maintained from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. as well as the confinement of all the municipalities of the community, from which you can only enter and leave in a justified manner.

In colleges and institutes there will continue to be face-to-face classes, but not in universities. The chairman has communicated the decision to continue with the schools and institutes open throughout Andalusia, while the university decides to implement the activity online, except in practices and experimentation. The closure of all non-essential activities is maintained from 18:00.

In the province of Granada, the Junta de Andalucía maintains the closure of non-essential commerce as well as the hotel industry in the health districts of Granada capital, metropolitan area and Northeast. In the rest of the province, non-essential commerce and hospitality may open until 6:00 p.m.

Coronavirus

Andalusia adds this Sunday, November 22, 18 deaths due to coronavirus Covid-19 in 24 hours, the largest decrease of the week, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Families, which counts 2,490 positives confirmed by PCR and antigen tests, and 220 fewer hospitalized, the largest decrease of the week.

The 18 deaths on this day are added after 50 were registered on Saturday, 55 on Friday, 49 on Thursday, 72 on Wednesday, 89 on Tuesday, 22 on Monday and 35 on Sunday.

This Sunday Cordoba and Malaga they rank as the provinces that register the most deaths with six each. Then Granada goes with three, Cádiz, Almería and Jaén with one each, and Huelva and Seville do not add any.

As for the diagnosed cases, the 2,490 this Sunday are 934 less than the 3,424 positives of the day before and 1,103 less than the 3,593 of last Sunday.

On this journey, Pomegranate leads the increase in infections with 680. They are followed by Cádiz with 545, Seville with 398, Malaga with 262, Almería with 193, Huelva and Jaén with 161 each, and Córdoba with 90.