No change in curfew time for Andalucia

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No change in curfew time for Andalucia

No change in curfew time for Andalucia as the regional president announces closure of regional borders.

Since the announcement on Sunday, October 25, that a nationwide Spanish curfew would be implemented throughout the country there has been much speculation as to what the autonomous regions of Spain would do with their additional powers such as increasing or decreasing the curfew time by an hour.

It has been expected by many that Andalucia would take advantage of the ability to change the curfew time from 11pm to Midnight to give its ailing hospitality sector some relief in these difficult times.

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However, after Junta de Andalucia president, Juanma Moreno’s announcement on Wednesday, October 28, it was clear that he had no intention of changing the curfew time at this point in the restrictions.

Andalucia will see the curfew time remain from 11pm – 6am with bars and restaurants having to close from 10.30pm across Andalucia.


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