The Junta de Andalucía will once again tighten restrictions this Friday due to the “worrying” increase in Covid-19 infections

The committee of experts that advises the Andalusian Government on the coronavirus pandemic will decide this Friday 15 to “tighten” the current restrictions in the face of the “worrying” increase in infections and hospital admissions that is taking place in recent days in the community. It should be remembered that the Junta de Andalucía decided last Friday to rearm itself against the third wave with the closure of the hotel industry at six in the afternoon, curfew at ten and extending the perimeter closure.

This was announced this Wednesday, in statements to Canal Sur Radio, collected by Europa Press, the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, who has indicated that the data is “worrying”, with an exponential increase in the accumulated incidence for every 100,000 inhabitants, which yesterday stood at 314 cases. He added that there is also a significant increase in hospital admissions, which in the coming days may mean admissions to the ICU and deaths.

He insisted that the entire Andalusian Government is very concerned about the evolution that the pandemic is having in Andalusia in recent days and has added that, although we are “moderately well” compared to the rest of Spain, “that cannot be consolation “And you have to be right in making decisions when the situation is foreseeable.

In this sense, he said that this Friday the Advisory Committee on high-impact public health alerts will meet in Andalusia to decide “more restrictive measures” than those adopted last week, which will affect, in all probability, the “mobility”.


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