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Friday, 19 February 2021

Málaga Province Reopening Borders for 25 municipalities

Malaga Province Reopening Borders for 25 municipalities

Residents in 25 municipalities including Malaga City will be able to travel as border closures are lifted

 

At long last some good news to report - the Junta de Andalucia has confirmed that 25 municipalities in Málaga Province will be reopening their borders on Saturday 20th February 2021 all having registered an accumulated incidence rate of coronavirus infections below 500 per 100,000 people.

However, despite the reopening of these borders, other restrictions will remain in place.  
These include:

1 All non-essential businesses (including bars at restaurants) at 6pm,
2 Restrictions on alcohol sales in shops and supermarkets restricted after 10pm
3) A maximum of 4 people at social gatherings
4) Curfew at 10 pm 
 

 
The municipalities are:

Alhaurín de la Torre
Álora
Arenas
Arriate
Benalmádena
Benarrabá
Canillas de Albaida
Cartajima
Cártama
Casares
Coín
Colmenar
Cuevas de San Marcos
El Burgo
Fuengirola
Genalguacil
Guaro
Jubrique
Malaga City
Mijas
Pizarra
Teba
Villanueva de Tapia
Yunquera
 
By @MalagaFoodie - Food Writer & Blogger
www.themalagafoodguide.com


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