Many people wonder: How many people can meet in Andalusia? Well, the Junta de Andalucía does not allow, in any of its 448 municipalities, meetings of more than six people, neither in the streets, nor in the houses. In addition, in the measures announced until November 23, the Andalusian Government decided extend the curfew from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
In Schools and institutes do have face-to-face classes, but not in universities. The Board decided to continue with the schools and institutes open throughout Andalusia, while at the university it was decided to implement the activity online, except for practicals and experimentation. In addition, as of 6:00 p.m., the closure of all non-essential activities was decreed.
What changed with the latest measures?
Since last October 30, the perimeter closure of the entire community was already in force in Andalusia, which prevented entering or leaving the community if not for justified cause, and the confinement of more than 4.5 million inhabitants of 449 municipalities in the provinces of Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Jaén, Málaga and Seville. Now, you will not be able to enter or leave any region without just cause.
Along with these measures, the decree maintained the limitation of night mobility with the hours of “Curfew” between 23:00 and 06:00 hours already set in the state of alarm decree. Likewise, it was established that as of midnight, meetings in the public and private sphere were limited to a maximum of six people, except those groups that are living together.
All non-essential activities will close at 6:00 PM. In this way, mobility will be reduced sooner and the movement of people can be controlled much better. It is recommended with these new measures, leaving the house as little as possible, is the only way. Activities that are not on this list will reduce their hours until 18:00.