Status: VERY HIGH TRANSMISSION
14th January 2020 – for the next 14 days people cannot mix with other households either in public or private, including vehicles. Exceptions include people living alone or those who need to provide care and childcare. Bars & restaurants cannot serve inside their premises. Some venues on site are opting to close due to the new restrictions.
2nd December 2020 – Borders remain closed (until 09/12 currently) but bars & restaurants onsite and in Alhama de Murcia will be allowed to reopen 75% of their outside terrace space. Interior service is still prohibited.
Mandatory use of face masks in public spaces – you must use a face mask when not eating/drinking and maintain an distance of at least 2 meters between tables. Smoking on terraces is prohibited.
28th October 2020 – Following an urgent meeting with the regional government it was agreed to close the borders of the region and the borders of the regions 45 municipalities from this Friday. The closure will last two weeks from Friday 30th October.
26th October 2020 – The Government of Spain has decreed a State of Alarm.
During the period from 23:00 to 6:00 hours, people can only move around streets and public spaces in order to carry out the following activities:
a) Purchase of medicines, sanitary products, and other essential goods.
b) Attendance at health centres, services and establishments.
c) Attendance at veterinary care centres for reasons of emergency.
d) Fulfilment of employment, professional, business, institutional or legal obligations.
e) Return to the usual place of residence after carrying out any of the activities set out in this section.
f) Assistance to and care of the elderly, children, dependants, people with disabilities, or particularly vulnerable people.
g) For reasons of force majeure or situations of need.
h) Any other activity of a similar nature, duly proven.
i) Refuelling at petrol stations or service stations, when this is required in order to carry out the activities set out in the previous paragraphs.
Anyone in the streets for reason not on the list will be challenged by security and failure to comply with requests to return home could result in the police being called.
16th September 2020 – Another positive case of Covid-19 has been reported bringing the total cases to 3. Alhama council confirmed 10 new cases in the municipality.
14th September 2020 – A new case of positive Covid-19 is reported, bringing the number of cases on site to two. Alhama de Murcia council yesterday confirmed 13 new cases in the municipality. It also published the fact that there have been 69 positive cases in the municipality in the last 14 days
8th September 2020 – A resident at Condado de Alhama has tested positive for Covid 19. This is the first reported case.
Residents and visitors to site must follow government advice at all times. Wear masks and maintain distance as instructed.
Visit https://www.mscbs.gob.es/ for further updates.