Faced with poor data on the evolution of the pandemic, the government has decided to extend the last approved anti-life restrictions by another week, which include daily municipal confinement, the closure of non-essential trade on weekends and the closure of shopping malls. In principle, these measures were to be applied for ten days from January 7, but, as TV3 has advanced and ARA has been able to confirm, the Procicat plans to extend them one more week.
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Details of the measure will be announced this afternoon at the press conference following the Procicat meeting.
The Government had already admitted at the time of entry into force the new restrictions it had on the table the possibility of applying them for more than ten days with the aim of trying to curb the contagion curve.
The mayor of Barcelona, Ada Colau, considered in an interview with Cadena SER Catalunya that it was “predictable” that the restrictions would be extended because the figures are “worrying”. In Barcelona, he said, there are already almost a thousand new infections a day, and this ends up reaching the ICU. Colau, in fact, predicted that the restrictions would last even more than a week.
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