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by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Government Removes Quarantine for Foreign Tourism on July 1st

Foreign tourists will be able to arrive in Spain from July 1st without having to keep a 14-day quarantine. This was decided at the inter-ministerial meeting that was held by videoconference and in which the vice-presidents Teresa Ribera and Nadia Calviño, as well as the heads of Foreign, Interior,...

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Sanchez Announces there will be a Tourist Season This Year

The Prime Minister announced that there will be a tourist season this summer , which is why he has called on Spaniards and foreign tourists to plan their vacations, with the aim of reviving the tourism sector, one of the hardest hit by the crisis. He also assured that the Government will resume t...

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Phase 2 - The Green Light On Monday

After La Graciosa, La Gomera and El Hierro achieved it, the rest of the islands will advance next Monday Use of Generalised Mask Obligation to use masks in all closed spaces and where the distance of 2 meters cannot be maintained. (Shopping centers, commerce ...). The central government announce...

by Buzzers - 10 months ago

Masks Will Be Compulsory from Thursday

The use of masks will be mandatory from this Thursday in closed spaces and on the street when a minimum distance of two metres cannot be guaranteed for those over six years old and recommended for children between 3 and 5 years old. The Official State Gazette (BOE) will publish this on Wednesday....

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Terrace Evacuated in Corralejo

The Local Police around 8:00pm verified that on the terrace of the establishment there were more than 50 people gathered, including some minors, without respecting the maximum permitted capacity of 50% established in the regulations of Phase 1 de-escalation, nor the minimum safety distances establis...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Enjoy The Work of the Lanzarote Photographer Gustavo Medina

The video brings together in five and a half minutes more than 20,000 photographs of Lanzarote and the municipality of Tías. The Department of Culture of Tías, managed by Pepa González, collaborates with the latest photographic work of Gustavo Medina, a Lanzarote photographer who uses the time-la...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Phase One on Monday For The Canary Islands

All of the Canary Islands will be in phase 1 of the de-escalation plan devised by the Ministry of Health on Monday May 11th This was announced on Friday afternoon, with a delay of two hours over the initially scheduled time, by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, and the director of the Centre fo...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

The Canaries Cannot Grow This Way

The past and present of the Canary Islands has been and is closely linked and conditioned to the use of resources that nature has given us. The climate, the landscape, the territory, the sea, the sky, the wind or the sun constitute the pillars on which we have developed and have grown as a people. I...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

Spain Extends State of Emergency After Bitter Political Dispute

Spain’s Socialist-led coalition government has secured another extension of the state of emergency, which will now last until 24th May. Congress’s approval for the latest extension of the crisis powers comes after days of bitter rowing and frantic negotiations. The conservative People’s party...

by Buzzers - 11 months ago

A Survival Plan for Companies in Lanzarote

The Chamber of Commerce of Lanzarote and La Graciosa proposes a necessary decompression for SMEs and the self-employed. The process is essential to ensure that as many companies as possible come to the surface in this new stage that we face, once the health crisis is over. To do this, it proposes a...