Second Spanish area back in lockdown as Brits head out for vacations

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    Entry into and out of La Marina north of Lugo in Galicia will be banned from midnight toda

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    Entry into and out of La Marina north of Lugo in Galicia will be prohibited from midnight today (Picture: EPA/Getty)

    A 2nd Spanish area is returning into lockdown after a brand-new coronavirus break out.

    Entry into and out of La Marina north of Lugo in Galicia will be prohibited from midnight today disallow some exceptions like work factors.

    Locals will not be stopped from moving within the 14 towns that comprise the area,

    The usage of face masks will likewise be made obligatory at all times outdoors, consisting of on beaches and pool.

    Bars and dining establishments will likewise need to appreciate brand-new closing times and tighter limitations on the variety of consumers.

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    The lockdown follows a brand-new Covid-19 break out which has actually seen 106 individuals test favorable for the infection.

    La Marina is headed back into lockdown

    La Marina is headed back into lockdown

    Local reports state all those who don’t reside in La Marina will need to leave the location midnight tonight or remain for the next 5 days.

    Yesterday authorities bought a lockdown for 210,000 individuals in the Segria area of Lerida province in Catalonia.

    An overall of 38 towns have actually been impacted. The city of Lerida is likewise amongst the location that has actually been turned off from the remainder of the nation.

    Catalan president Quim Torre stated after revealing the lockdown: ‘We cannot unwind for one minute till we stop this ravenous infection.

    ‘I have told police to fine anyone who doesn’t regard the guidelines developed to safeguard us.’

    epa08526500 View of a field hospital set up by health authorities next to Arnau de Vilanova Teaching Hospital in Lleida, in the area of Segria, Catalonia, Spain, 03 July 2020 (issued on 04 July 2020). The Catalan authorities decided to confine residents of Segria from noon due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases. Some 210,000 people live in the zone. EPA/Ramon Gabriel

    A field healthcare facility established by health authorities beside Arnau de Vilanova Teaching Hospital in Lleida (Picture: EPA)

    Spain opened to British travelers on June 21 3 months after shutting its borders and more have actually begun to jet to Spain in July following a little drip in the very first couple of days.

    Businesses in La Marina impacted by the brand-new lockdown have actually been encouraged of the brand-new circumstance in composing.

    Although additional verification of the specific brand-new guidelines is anticipated later on, hotels and dining establishments have actually been informed that for “at least the next five days” from midnight onwards, the variety of individuals enabled inside all organisations will be slashed from 75 percent of the typical optimum capability to 50 percent.

    Bars and dining establishments will likewise need to close at midnight till the brand-new lockdown is over.

    epa08528981 A Mossos d'Esquadra police member checks the ID card of a driver during a police control in Torregrossa, Catalonia, Spain, 05 July 2020. The Catalan authorities decided to confine residents of Segria due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases. Some 210,000 people live in the zone. EPA/Ramon Gabriel

    A Mossos d’Esquadra cops member checks the ID card of a motorist today (Picture: EPA)

    The variety of individuals in a group at any one time will be lowered to 10 in closed areas and 25 outdoors.

    The letter sent out to organisations states: ‘Access in and out of the La Marina area will be restricted, other than for individuals requiring to take a trip for work or for transportation of items.

    ‘Travel in between the towns that comprise the area is not suggested.

    ‘The use of face masks is being reinforced, in any public open space as well as any indoors public space. In other words when you leave home you should always wear your face mask.’

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