The Campo de Gibraltar goes from level 3 to level 4 of alert for the COVID-19 coronavirus, as announced by the Junta de Andalucía this Sunday, November 22. This change affects the reduction of the capacity of the permitted activities, since the measures related to schedules and perimeter closure are extended and remain as they were since last November 10 and will continue until December 10.
The Andalusian government, within level 4, distinguishes in grade 1 (where the majority and also the region are found) and grade 2, in which only the province of Granada is found. In addition to the region, six sanitary areas go up in level: the Poniente de Almería, the Guadalhorce valley, Cordoba Norte and Levante-Alto de Almanzora; another 26 continue as before. A district, that of the Axarquía, goes from level 4 to 4.
These are the preventive measures for COVID-19 in Andalusia according to level 4, in which the Campo de Gibraltar is already located.
Restrictive measures for this level 4 include the limitation to a maximum of six people indoors and 15 outdoors for those attending wakes and funerals, as well as the reduction to 30% of the capacity in civil and religious ceremonies, while banquets only They will be able to gather 30 people indoors and 50 outdoors, with a maximum capacity of 30%.
Likewise, for the commercial establishments of the municipalities in level 4 a maximum capacity of 50% with a safety distance is established, while for public transport it is determined the obligation to leave a seat of separation between travelers and a limitation to 50% of standing squares. With regard to private transport, only two people are allowed per row of seats, without occupying the passenger seat.
On the other hand, in the municipalities at this level, the hotel and restaurant establishments will have a maximum capacity of 30% indoors and 75% on terraces; gyms 40%, and sports competitions, events and trainings will be held without spectators. For cinemas, theaters and auditoriums of the municipalities that are going to be closed on the perimeter, a maximum capacity of 40% has been set, with up to 200 people indoors and 300 outdoors.
Environmental activities in level 4 areas may bring together up to six people indoors and ten outdoors, and parks may be open in general, although children’s games will have to be closed, and activities in them may only be concentrated to a maximum of six people.