As a result of the epidemiological trend in Spain, regional measures have been introduced including new curfews and restrictions. In Galicia, for example, all bars and restaurants must close for at least three weeks from Wednesday. Furthermore, non-essential shops will close at 6:00 PM.
Regional President, Albert Núñez Feijoó called the situation in Galicia “unprecedented”. In this region alone, there are now 993 hospital admissions specifically due to covid-19, 161 of which are in an intensive care unit (ICU). That´s almost as many as during the peak of the first corona wave. A municipal lockdown will also apply to all of Galicia from Wednesday.
Further restrictive measures have also been taken throughout Spain
Below is an overview of all regional newly adjusted curfews and restrictions.
No more visits to other households in Madrid, Balearic Islands, La Rioja, Navarra and Valencia
Perimetral lockdown: provincial lockdown in the entire region. A municipal lockdown also applies to the 400 municipalities with an incidence rate of above 500. Curfew remains at 10:00 pm with a maximum group size outside, of four people. In addition, all catering establishments must be closed at 6:00 pm. In municipalities with an incidence rate above 1000, all bars, restaurants and non-essential shops must remain closed. Essential store opening hours are until 8:00 pm.
Perimetral lockdown: there is a municipal lockdown for the municipalities of Zaragoza, Huesca, Teruel, Calatayud, Ejea, Tarazona, Alcañiz, Cuarte de Huerva and Utebo. Curfew is now 10:00 pm (previously was 11:00 pm). Maximum group size inside and outside establishments is just four people. With non-essential store opening hours until 6:00 pm on weekends, and until 8:00 pm Thursday to Monday.
Perimetral lockdown: there is a regional lockdown and a municipal lockdown for Gijón and Mieres. Curfew is from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. The maximum group size is six people. Bars and restaurants and other catering outlets are permitted to have clients on terrace areas only until 8:00 pm. Non-essential shops may open until 8:00 pm.
Within the Balearic Islands, new curfews and restrictions include – Perimetral lockdown: Ibiza and Formentera lockdown until January 30th There is a curfew from 10:00 pm. Groups cannot be in social contact with anyone outwith the same household. Catering is closed, however, take-away meals in Mallorca and Ibiza are possible until 10:00 pm. Shops and shopping centres, larger than 400 square metres are closed in Ibiza, and those larger than 700 square metres are closed in Mallorca. Gyms are closed.
Perimetral lockdown: regional lockdown, municipal lockdown for Bilbao and Vitoria, among others . Curfew is from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. There is a maximum group size permitted of up to four people. Catering establishments within Bilbao and Vitoria are closed.
New curfews and restrictions in the Canary Islands are as follows; In Lanzarote and La Graciosa, all non-essential shops close at 6:00 pm. Gomera and Gran Canaria have a curfew from 11pm to 6am and a group size up to a maximum of four people (previously six). In El Hierro, La Palma and Fuerteventura, the curfew starts at 12:00 AM and the maximum group size is six people. Entry into the Canary Islands requires a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours old.
Perimetral lockdown: The regional Curfew is from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. The maximum group size is six people. All indoor catering areas are closed. In addition, major stores and shopping centres are closed on weekends. Gyms are also closed.
Perimetral lockdown: municipal lockdown throughout the region. Curfew is from 10:00 pm to 7:00 am. All catering facilities are closed, however, take-away meals are possible until 10 pm. Major stores and shopping centres are closed. Museums and other cultural institutions are also closed. In addition, visits to nursing homes are not permitted.
Castile and Leon
Perimetral lockdown: regional and provincial lockdown. Curfew has been brought forward to 8:00 pm. Four people is the maximum number of guests allowed in each home. All indoor areas of bars and restaurants are closed. In addition, major stores, shopping centres and gyms are closed.
Perimetral lockdown: municipal lockdown in the entire region until February 7th. Curfew remains at 10:00 pm. Catering may only open for breakfast and lunch. Stores of up to 400 square metres may open on weekdays, but must close on weekends unless they are classed as “essential”·. Major stores, shopping centres and gyms are closed.
Perimetral lockdown: municipal lockdown throughout the region. Curfew from 10:00 pm. In municipalities with more than 3,000 inhabitants, all catering establishments, non-essential shops and gyms are closed. Furthermore, visits to nursing homes are not permitted.
Galicia Perimetral lockdown: municipal lockdown throughout the region. Curfew is from 10:00 pm. All catering is closed and non-essential store opening hours are until 6:00 pm.
Curfew is now set at 10:00 pm (previously 11:00 pm). Visiting other homes is not allowed. Catering is open until 9 pm with four people being the maximum group size per table whether indoors or on the terrace. Non-essential stores may open until 9:00 pm.
Outwith the immediate household, the maximum group size allowed is 2 people, both inside and outside. All non-essential services may remain open until 8:00 pm.
Perimetral lockdown: regional lockdown. Curfew is from 11:00 pm to 6:00 am. Visiting other homes is not allowed. The maximum group size permitted outside is six people. All indoor areas of bars and restaurants are closed, however terraces are open until 9 pm. Smoking on the terrace is prohibited.
Perimetral lockdown: municipal lockdown throughout the region. Curfew is from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. Only contact with members of the same household is permitted whether indoors or outdoors. All non-essential services are closed until February 23rd
Perimetral lockdown: regional lockdown and municipal lockdown is in effect on weekends and public holidays for municipalities with more than 50,000 inhabitants. Curfew starts from 10:00 pm, however, this may be brought forward by 2 hours. The maximum group size permitted outside is 2 people but guests cannot be invited into homes. All catering is closed, non-essential stores can open until 6:00 pm and gyms are also closed.
Ceuta and Melilla
Curfew in Ceuta starts at 10:00 pm and there is a regional lockdown. The maximum group size both indoors and outdoors is four people. Curfew in Melilla also starts at 10:00 pm, and all commercial activities, including hospitality, must close at 7:00 pm, with the exception of essential services, which are available until 9:30 pm.