In the midst of the legal chaos after the first responses of the justices to the regional decrees and waiting for what the higher courts of justice that still have to pronounce and the Supreme Court say, which will be the one that has the last word, predictably of a A couple of weeks, the autonomous communities have already made public the restrictions that they will abolish or maintain as of this Sunday, when the state of alarm wanes.
Andalusia will end with the perimeter closure of the community and with the curfew. Nor will the number of people who can meet in homes be limited. In addition, it will allow the hospitality sector to open until midnight and will be the first community to reopen nightlife: pubs and discos will be able to work until 2 in the morning.
Aragon eliminates the curfew and the perimeter closure and will only maintain the confinement of the municipalities that currently have it, among which are Calatayud, Tarazona and Jaca. There are no changes in the hours for hotels and businesses: they may open until 10 pm in the areas with the lowest incidence and until 8 pm in the rest.
Asturias will end with the curfew and the regional perimeter closure. Nor will municipalities be closed and the Government is considering asking for judicial endorsement to close only neighborhoods or councils if the incidence soars in them. After the end of the state of alarm, the closing hours of the hotel business are extended until 1 in the morning.
The Balearic Government is one of those that this Friday found the legal support of its superior court of justice for the measures it wants to maintain after the end of the state of alarm, which include a curfew between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m., controls for entry into the Community, limitations on meetings and capacity restrictions in places of worship.
The Government of the Canary Islands wants the higher court of justice of the community to endorse the maintenance of some measures once the state of alarm wanes tomorrow: curfew, control in ports and airports and the rest of the restrictions that are in force on each island according to the level of alert in which they are.
With the end of the state of alarm, the curfew and the perimeter closure decline, although the Cantabrian Government opens the door to take specific measures for municipalities with high accumulated incidence if it has the endorsement of justice. All establishments will have to close at 10:30 p.m., except for pharmacies and other essentials.
Castilla la Mancha
In Castilla-La Mancha the curfew and perimeter confinement of the community will decline tomorrow Sunday, although the regional government was in favor of maintaining the first measure. In addition, it is studying the possibility of increasing the number of people that may be in hospitality establishments from 6 to 10, a decision that will be taken today.
Castile and Leon
Castilla y León eliminates the curfew and the perimeter confinement of the community and sets the closing time of the hotel business at 00.00. The regional government assures that it will respect the ‘covid traffic light’, agreed in the Interterritorial Council, and will close the interior of bars in towns with incidents of more than 150 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
The Government rules out maintaining the perimeter closure and the curfew, but it does want to limit the meetings to six people and the capacity for religious acts, which is currently set at 50%, which, in principle, will require judicial endorsement . In addition, as of Monday, the hours of the hotel business are extended until 11 pm.
Ceuta eliminates the perimeter closure and the curfew. In addition, the closing hours of the establishments are established at 00.00 hours, the capacity of the bars will be 30% indoors and 75% on terraces (consumption in the bar is not allowed) and the prohibition of smoking in the street if the distance is not respected, it now becomes a recommendation.
The TSJ of the Valencian Community has endorsed the regional government to set the curfew between 00:00 and 6:00, allow a maximum of ten people in social gatherings in public and private spaces and limit the capacity to 75% in places of worship , but only until May 24. The community does remove its perimeter fence.
It will be one of the first communities to end the perimeter closure: it did so this Friday at 00:00, while the curfew, which this weekend is delayed until 00:00, will decline on Sunday. In the hotel industry, a capacity of 50% is established inside the premises, with tables for up to six people.
Galicia will eliminate the curfew and the regional perimeter closure from 00:00 on Sunday except in the five municipalities that are currently at ‘extreme risk’ (with the incidence above 500 cases). For these localities, Galicia will request the judicial guarantee that allows it to maintain curfews and perimeter closures.
“There is not enough coverage to limit fundamental rights.” With this maxim, the Community of Madrid announced yesterday that starting at 11:59 p.m. on Saturday it abolishes the curfew and ends the limitations of the meetings. All this aside from the fact that the regional Executive has not considered at any time to perimeter the community.
Melilla will abolish the curfew at 10 p.m. that has been applying since October 2020 and the travel ban, but wants to maintain the limitation of meetings, private and public, to a maximum of six people (currently there are four) and also the limitation hours in hospitality and commerce and capacity in religious centers.
The Murcian Government will finally choose to lift the perimeter closure, as it originally intended, and the curfew will not continue as before, but will be replaced by a limitation of non-essential activity from midnight to 6:00 a.m. , you can be in the street, but the bars will be closed.
The Foral Community will be one of those that, in principle, will have to be aware of the judicial decisions, since it intends to maintain the curfew between 23 and 6 hours. However, it ends with the perimeter closure. In addition, the Navarrese Government recommends limiting meetings in homes to a maximum of six people from two coexistence units.
The perimeter closure of the community and the curfews are finished, although the hotel business will close at 00.00. It is recommended that meetings do not exceed six people, the maximum capacity in commercial establishments and markets will be 75% and 50% inside the hotel industry (without limits outside).
The Superior Court of Justice of the Basque Country yesterday overturned the proposal of the autonomous government to maintain the perimeter closures, the curfew and the maximum limit of people from Sunday after the decay of the state of alarm, considering that the autonomous legislation does not allow the restriction of fundamental rights.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.