Cantabria has imposed a curfew from 1 to 6 in the morning in more than half of its municipalities, specifically in 53, and has established a meeting limitation to a maximum of six people who do not live together in the public and private sphere in the same localities during the next 14 days awaiting the epidemiological evolution.
This was announced this Wednesday by the Minister of Health, Miguel Rodríguez (PSOE), and the general director of Public Health, Reinhard Wallmann, after several weeks of increased infections in the community, mainly among young people, which has brought with it that the accumulated incidence at 14 days exceeds 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. And it is that in the last update of the COVID traffic light, almost half of the municipalities in the region are in level 2 of health alert, with restrictions of capacity in hospitality, commerce, culture or sport.
As reported by the Health Minister, the 53 municipalities are: Arenas de Iguña, Argoños, Arnuero, El Astillero, Bárcena de Cicero, Cabezón de la Sal, Cabezón de Liébana, Camaleño, Camargo, Campoo de Enmedio, Cartes, Castañeda, Castro Urdiales, Cieza, Colindres, Comillas, Corrales de Buelna, Entrambasaguas, Escalante, Guriezo, Hazas de Cesto, Hermandad de Campoo de Suso, Laredo, Marina de Cudeyo, Mazcuerras, Medio Cudeyo, Meruelo, Miengo, Noja, Peñarrubia, Piélagos, Polanco , Potes, Puente Viesgo, Ramales de la Victoria, Reinosa, Reocín, Ribamontán al Mar, Ribamontán al Monte, Rionansa, San Vicente de la Barquera, Santa Cruz de Bezana, Santa María de Cayón, Santander, Santillana del Mar, Santoña, Selaya , Suances, Los Tojos, Torrelavega, Valderredible, Vega de Liébana and Villaescusa.
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