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Canada COVID-19. The curfew in Barcelona and part of the prolonged Catalonia until August 6

01:20  30 july  2021
01:20  30 july  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La Sagrada Familia à Barcelone © Reuters / Nacho Doce The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

in Catalonia, locals and tourists will have to observe a curfew several weeks Additional. The authorities have decided to prolong the measure, intended to limit the spread of CVIV-19 in this Spanish region, despite positive signs of the figures of the epidemic.

The curfew in Barcelona and in a large part of the tourist region of Catalonia, the most affected by Spain by the new wave of the Covid-19 epidemic, was prolonged Thursday then that the country observes first signs of stabilization.

A court in this region of the north-east of the country gave its green light to the extension until August 6 of this measure. Spanish citizens like tourists are summoned to stay at home between 1 am and 6 am in 163 municipalities of more than 5,000 inhabitants, the spokesman of the Regional Executive, Patricia Plaja said.

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This is the second extension of this measure, introduced in mid-July to deal with the case explosion in this region, especially in children under 30, still few vaccinated.

Nightclubs and night activities forbidden

beyond the curfew, the Catalan authorities have taken other measures such as closing closed open spaces or the closure of all night activities at 0:30 and the limitation of meetings 10 people in public and private spaces.

The rise in cases for several weeks puts strong pressure on Catalonia hospitals, where 45% of intensive care services are occupied by Covid patients against 17% at the national level, according to the Ministry of Health.

Several other Spanish regions have recently restored the restrictions of nightlife or asked justice, including the Valencia (EST) regions, the Balearic Archipelago (East) and Andalusia (South).

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of the stabilization signs of the

epidemic at the national level, the incidence has stabilized for the first time since Wednesday to nearly 700 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 14 days, a rate that remains five times higher than a month ago. In Catalonia, the incidence still exceeds the mark of 1000.

"We started to see a certain stabilization of the case curve» , although "minimal" , was cautiously congratulated Thursday the leader of the Pedro government Sanchez.

Unlike its French or Italian neighbors, Spain currently spreads the idea of ​​a national health pass to access the welcoming places of the public.

But while health is within the competence of the regions, that of Galicia (Northwest) has been demanding a vaccination certificate or a negative test to enter hotels or bars-restaurants, just like the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands archipelago. Catalonia is on the other hand opposite.

Spain is one of the most advanced European countries in its vaccination campaign, with 55.7% of its completely vaccinated population and 66% of primo-vaccinated on Wednesday.

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