Today, the Junta de Andalucia will review the perimeter closures and suspension of all non-essential activity measures in cities, towns and villages. While these meetings happen weekly, it is expected to bring good news this week.
This is because yesterday, February 24th, the region recorded an average 14-day cumulative incidence rate of 235.11 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. This figure is below the 250 that is classified as extreme risk, according to the Junta’s data.
Localities with an incidence rate above 500, a perimeter lockdown is in place. Those above 1,000 must shut all non-essential activity. This week, only 60 municipalities in Andalucia exceeded the rate of 500, while only eight exceeded 1,000.
Any measures that the Junta decide on today will come into effect this Saturday, February 27th.