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The municipality border of Marbella is opened from 26 February, due to the decrease below the 500 infection rate of COVID-19. The borders between the provinces will continue to be closed at least until 3 March. The rest of the restrictions remains in place.

The infection rate of COVID-19 had declined below the 500 rate on 25 February the following municipalities within the province of Málaga:

  • Marbella
  • Estepona
  • Manilva
  • Ojén
  • Ronda
  • Algatocín
  • Cortes de la Frontera
  • Gaucín
  • Villanueva del Trabuco

Due to the two stage flexible scheme the municipality borders of these municipalities are opened again from 26 February.

Despite the decrease in infection rates, the borders between the provinces will not reopen until at least 3 March, when the committee of experts will meet to agree on the de-escalation process.

The curfew, the limitation of maximum of four people in meetings and closure of shops and the hospitality industry (bars, restaurants, etc.) at 6pm remains in place.

The rest of the COVID-19 measures remain in force:

  • Curfew (10pm to 6am)
  • Limit of maximum of four people in meetings
  • Closure of shops and the hospitality industry (bars, restaurants, etc.) at 6pm

Two stage flexible scheme

If the contagious rate is above 500 per 100.000 inhabitants during the last 14 days, then the following restriction will be implemented:

  • Closure of municipality's border

If the contagious rate is above 1.000 per 100.000 inhabitants during the last 14 days, then the following restriction will be implemented:

  • Closure of non essential shops and the hospitality industry (bars, restaurants, etc.)
  • Home confinement [if approved by the Spanish government]

The current restrictions due to the flexible scheme, implemented by Junta de Andalucía, are to be find at the following website:

www.mapacovid.es - Marbella