Live daily guide to the restrictions and measures against the coronavirus in Andalucia and other autonomous communities and municipalities.
Since October 25, Spain has returned to a state of alarm to face the coronavirus pandemic in Spain, although in a different way from the previous one applied by the Government between March and June. In addition to the measures allowed by the state of alarm, each autonomous community can establish its own measures, which range from phase setbacks or different alert levels that include, among others, capacity restrictions, business hours and restaurants and limitations on social gatherings.
In total, 3,899 Spanish municipalities suffer confinements and other types of restrictions against COVID-19. See the coronavirus last minute live Map of Spain and Evolution of the curve.