Spain’s Murcia regional government on the Costa Blanca go back to older lockdown regulations regards travelling by car
During the latest meeting of the COVID Monitoring Committee that took place yesterday morning, the Murcia regional government has taken the decision to limit the occupation of vehicles for people who do not live together to 50%, after detecting many infections when travelling to the workplace and other social travel of citizens together.
For example, in a five-seater vehicle, only three seats can be occupied, said the regional president, who has reported that the order will be published today in the Official Gazette of the Region of Murcia.
This would appear to indicate that two couples living in different households cannot travel together in a four-seater car and goes back to a restriction previously in place during phase two of the de-escalation process.
Whilst many Spanish media outlets including ex-pat titles have been claiming “Fake News” after leaked revelations of the next steps to battle the deadly Coronavirus, it all appears to be coming completely true in Spain.
There is no information as yet of if and what other regions will follow suit but as per the smoking ban in Spain, each region adopts and follows the regulations but it might well affect shortly the Costa del Sol regions shortly.
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