New coronavirus regulations to be set in Spain's Murcia including reduced social gatherings

The Covid-19 Monitoring Committee in the Region of Murcia have confirmed they will set new regulations in a bid to finally battle the coronavirus.

The Minister of Health for Murcia, Manuel Villegas, said at a press conference on Monday that “the maximum number of people, who are not living together, who [want to attend] private homes or [be] in terraces and restaurants is to be reduced from ten to six, throughout the Region of Murcia.”

The committee – with the backing of Villegas – say that social gatherings should be reduced.

This means baptisms, communions and weddings with a maximum of 30 people in attendance.

The committee and officials in Madrid believe these types of gatherings are bringing Covid-19 cases up exponentially.

There have been numerous limitations all across Spain with nightclubs and late-night bars being closed down or made to close early.

New laws will come into place from August 26th and the Murcian government ask residents and travellers to check their government website for more details.


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