Comunidad Valencia & Murcia
February 25 2021
- Bars, Restaurants & Cafes with Terraces can open until 6 p.m.
- Shops can open until 8pm
- 4 people in public spaces and groups of same household in private spaces / homes are allowed to mix
- Perimeters to large cities will no longer apply
- Outdoor sport will be allowed without physical contact
- Night time limitations remain 10pm
February 10th 2021
From 3p.m. on Friday, February 5th, 2021 to 6:00 a.m. on Monday, February 8th, the main accesses to Torrevieja will be closed due to the perimeter closure decided by the Generalitat to reduce mobility and the spread of covid 19.
THE 4 MAIN ACCESSES TO THE CITY OF TORREVIEJA WILL BE CONTROLLED BY LOCAL POLICE AND CIVIL GUARD
The 4 main entrances to the city of Torrevieja will be controlled by the Local Police and the Civil Guard to guarantee the perimeter closure of the city.
The vehicle entry and exit controls will be located at:
- Northern section of the N-332 road near La Mata
- Southern section of the N-332 road that connects Torrevieja with Orihuela Costa
- CV-95 road
- CV-905 road
The 6 access roads to the city will also be kept closed with barriers, in order to redirect vehicle traffic to the police checkpoints.During the past weekend, a total of 125 controls were carried out, identifying 7,534 cars which resulted in 72 fines for violating the prohibition of the perimeter closure. Around 700 vehicles that tried to enter Torrevieja had to turn around and return to their places of residence.
Frequently asked questions about the Torrevieja perimeter closure:
- Can I go to a health centre?
Yes. Travel to health centres that involve passing municipal limits is allowed.
Take proof of appointments.
- Can I go to work in Orihuela or another town?
Yes, you can travel to fulfil work obligations as long as you can justify it.
Take some form of proof to avoid unnecessary delays.
- Can I go to the Zenia Boulevard shopping centre?
If you live outside the municipality of Orihuela then no, since Zenia Boulevard shopping centre is located within Orihuela.
- Can I go to the Habaneras shopping centre?
If you live in the municipality of Torrevieja, then yes, but the establishments of the Habaneras shopping centre that are not considered essential will only remain open until 6pm, with the exception of food, hygiene, pharmacy, orthopedics, opticians, hairdressing services and the sale of animal feed, who keep their usual hours. Also all coffee shops, bars and restaurants remain closed.
26th January 2021 The Spanish Government has today extended the present travel ban on flights / ferries carrying anyone from the UK except Spanish Nationals and foreigners with full Spanish Residencia (TIE card or the old style green Residencia card or certificate) for a further 14 days, until at least 1800hrs on the 16th February 2021 24th January 2021 The Generalitat Valencia clarifies the following:
- Family or social meetings at home are limited to the same nucleus of cohabitation, with exceptions.
- In the public space –whether they are closed spaces or outdoors–, family or social gatherings are limited to a maximum of 2 people, except in the case of cohabitants.
- In both cases the following exceptions apply: work or institutional meetings, activities in the educational sphere and care for vulnerable people (elderly, minors).
- The municipal perimeter confinement will be applied from 3:00 p.m. on Friday to 6:00 a.m. the following Monday
20 January 2021 New COVID19 measures COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA
These new measures will be implemented from this Thursday, January 21st, and will be in force until January 31st.
Closure of all sports facilities, except for professional athletes.