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CORONA VIRUS HOTLINE: Information hotline for those who suspect they may have the coronavirus. Anyone experiencing symptoms should stay at home and dial 900 400 061 or 955 545 060 – and only call 112 in an emergency. http://www.surinenglish.com/local/202003/13/hotline-those-suspect-they-20200313114414-v.html
Please note that info and details are constantly changing. All info, to the best of my ability, is accurate as of publication, but please confirm any info critical to your situation! -Ed.
NOTICE! : Most events are cancelled or postponed due to the pandemic. All stores besides food markets and pharmacies are closed. (Food delivery services may be possible, but confirm it). Confirm any business you intend to visit remains open. Business and Services posts in DigameXtra do not indicate the business is open during the lockdown unless they specifically mention they are remaining open. This situation changes hourly so call before going anywhere, other than businesses specifically exempted from the shutdowns during the alarm period -Ed.
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Dentadanes open for emergencies: Dear patients,
We hope you are well and staying safe. We are!
We are open Monday to Friday 10-12 to help with emergencies. Please call in advance for us to send you a travel permit.
Please note we are closed Thursday 9/4-12/4 for Easter holidays.
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Tlf: 952 529 666
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Archgrove Services: A family run light haulage/transport company with bases in Archez, Spain and near Oxford, UK.
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Restaurants & Markets That Deliver
If you know for certain a restaurant is still delivering (none should be offering take-away at this point), have them send in the details including Name of Restaurant, Location, Phone Number, Hours and a photo of their menu (optional). Unfortunately I have received some inaccurate info from well meaning 3rd parties which has caused problems. So now these businesses must submit their own posts, although I will in this case allow them to post even if they are not subscribers. -Ed.
Bar Atila Home Delivery Service- Puente don Manuel: UPDATED HOURS
630 393 290 or WhatsApp
Deliveries 7 days a week 5.00pm – 8.00pm,
please pre-order well in advance because these times are very popular.
We are now fully licensed for Home Deliveries.
Please make your order from our menu below.
Sorry Payments in cash only.
Thank you for your understanding and please keep safe.
Contact Frank at Bar Atila for a home delivery
630 393 290 (WhatsApp)
Puente don Manuel
Restaurante NuevaTahona- Frigiliana: Delivering food daily 6 to 10pm. Delivery area approx 5Km from Plaza de las Tres Culturas 6, 29788 Frigiliana. DELIVERY ONLY.
+34 951 080 150
+34 651 361 514
(Thanks to Andrew C. for this info. -Ed.)
Offer of help from the Mayor and Torrox Council: If you know of any people who are old, sick or disabled, who live alone and do not have family close by or close friends to support them, and they need to get hold of medicinal supplies, etc., call (0034) 952 530 473 or email email@example.com.
Also, a list of supermarkets who will deliver:
-Congelados y alimentación “Virgin del Carmen”,
Tel 670 891 052
No minimum purchase, no delivery charge
-Supermercado “El Pino”
679 929 292
Will deliver to Torrox, Torrox Park, Peñoncillo, Torrox Costa
Minimum purchase 40 euros
-Cárnicas Malagueños, Torrox
Calle Pontil 30, Torrox
650 501 150 (Francis)
631 571 613 (Herminia)
666 268 655 (Janet)
Will deliver to Torrox village
-Supermercado Covirán El Morche
Calle axarquia, 3
952 532 029
676 275 622
-Supermercado Covirán “La “Despensa”
Carretera Almería, Edf. Los Llanos 3, local 13, La Carrara
Will deliver to Urb. Generación 27, area around Los Llanos and Santa Rosa
-mini Market Las Niñas
C/Dona Elisa Ortigosa, 3
654 359 488 Jose
634 783 584
Will deliver to Torrox pueblo, Rabitilla and Trocha
-Supermercado Covirán (Chelo)
C/Jose Ariza, 22 bajo, locales 5 & 6
653 124 226
No minimum purchase, no delivery charge to all of Torrox.
These shops have adapted to help support us. Let’s support our local shops.
Margaret Riordan, Torrox, MaRiordan at aol dot com
(Many thanks to Margaret for translating and typing all this out! -Ed.)
Home delivery by Haveli: Haveli Restaurant – Since 1987
Nerja & Eastern Costa del Sol’s Premier Indian Restaurant
Cristo 44 (Post Office Street), Nerja
Make your day with some great food!
Choice of Indian and International dishes
Call 605110307 or 952524297
Free home delivery
You may also order a combo from our Indian Menu
Deliveries 7 days a week – 1 pm to 7 pm
We request payments in cash only.
(Menu pic coming soon)
Restaurant Meson Mudejar Food Delivery: We cover the areas of Archez, Canillas de Albaida, Competa, Corumbela, Sayalonga, Salares and Sedella.
DELIVERY ONLY ( delivery is free ).
682 489 949 please call or contact us on Whatsapp.
Deliveries 7 days a week. Please contact us one day before and we deliver the next day.
Our menu can be found on our website:
Payments in cash only.
Thank you and stay safe.
Granada: Voldistribución, the company that distributes Mahou & San Miguel beers, has launched the initiative “Stay at home. Voldis brings the bar to your house in Granada!”
Deliveries within 48 hours from the order and the shipments will have no cost beyond that of the products ordered. In addition to beer, customers may include wine, water, juices or preserves, among others.
Mobile & WhatsApp: 660 746 355
Landline: 958 491 280
Restaurante La Joya:
Delivers to Nerja, Frigiliana, Torrox and Maro on Mondays and Thursdays 12:00-17:30 with a pre-order.
The menu is:
Beef Goulash with vegetables in rich red wine sauce, served with creamy mashed potatoes (€9.90), Moroccan Vegetarian Dish with chickpeas in tomatoes, served with sliced aubergine, salad and Greek yoghurt with walnuts and garlic (€9.90), Aromatic Chicken and vegetables tagine served with couscous (€9.90), Aromatic Vegetarian tagine with almonds and butternut squash served with couscous (€9.90), Beef or Vegetarian Moussaka (€9.90), home made cake of the day (€4.50).
JUST WHATSAPP 675861719, or simply call.
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Please be careful about believing crisis info posts on Fakebook and Social Media: There are tons of hoaxes circulating, that well meaning people have spread to thousands of unsuspecting FB friends. If there is no verifiable source provided with the info, while it may contain some degree of truth (as do all good lies) you can’t believe it! -Ed.
BREAKING NEWS, 6 April 2020 @ 23:00: Boris Johnson moved into intensive care: U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved to intensive care as his coronavirus symptoms worsened over the course of several hours Monday, according to a statement from the government. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will temporarily take over the prime minister’s duties while Johnson is hospitalized, the government said. https://apnews.com/
For the latest pandemic info visit:
World Coronavirus Cases: Last updated- April 06, 2020, 19:45 GMT
Total Coronavirus Cases: 1,330,497
Total Deaths: 73,875
Spain Coronavirus Cases: Last updated- April 06, 2020, 19:37 GMT
Total Coronavirus Cases: 135,032
Total Deaths: 13,169
Andalucia Coronavirus Cases: Last Updated- Monday 06-04-2020 12.24 hrs, compiled at 21.00 hrs previous day
There have been 8.581 confirmed cases in Andalucia, 280 more than day before. There have been 491 deaths, 21 more than the day before and 798 cured, 133 more than day before. Spain now has 135.032 confirmed Coronavirus cases (up 4.273) and 13.055 dead, 637 more than day before.
Malaga province: Updated April 6th 2020, 21:33
Total Cases: 1916
Total Deaths: 121
(If anyone knows of a better website to get info for Malaga province please email it to me. -Ed.)
UK Coronavirus: Last Updated- April 06, 2020, 19:37 GMT
Total Coronavirus Cases: 51,608
Total Deaths: 5,373
Spain flattens the curve with coronavirus deaths down for fourth day in a row: Spain saw a fourth consecutive daily drop in the number of coronavirus-related deaths with 637 fatalities recorded over the past 24 hours, official figures showed on Monday.
The health ministry said the number, the lowest in 13 days, brought the total number of deaths to 13,055, second only to Italy.
The number of new infections also slowed, rising 3.3 percent to 135,032, down from a rise of 4.8 percent the day before. Source: https://www.thelocal.es/20200406/latest
Denmark Joins Austria in Easing Virus Curbs as Europe Cases Slow: Denmark and Austria were among the first countries in Europe to shut down public life in response to the Covid-19 outbreak that first emerged in China. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz earlier announced the first steps to restart his country’s economy, with small retailers, hardware and gardening stores allowed to reopen after Easter, to be followed by the opening of all stores from May 1.
Denmark will press ahead with a “cautious reopening” starting with kindergartens and primary schools on April 15 if the virus numbers remain stable, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said at a press briefing in Copenhagen on Monday evening. The government will also start talks with business leaders on gradually moving employees back into offices, Frederiksen said. Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/denmark-joins-austria-in-easing-virus-curbs-as-europe-cases-slow/ar-BB12eL8W
Spain’s Ministry of Health has announced that it is considering relaxing confinement restrictions in areas that are less affected by the coronavirus: Regions with lower rates of Covid-19 infections could have confinement restrictions lifted “before those that are more affected by the disease,” he confirmed. However, Illa said the government will wait on data before deciding how it will relax restrictions, and exactly which regions. Fifteen regions could have restrictions slightly loosened thanks to the reducing spread of infection, one of which is Andalucia. Source: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2020/04/06/spains-government-considers-relaxing-lockdown-restrictions-after-12th-april-in-areas-less-affected-by-covid-19/
Lockdown Extension Faces Stiff Opposition: Abascal and fifteen Vox deputies (VOX is the third-biggest force in congress) defy confinement measures and go to Congress. Parliamentary spokesman, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, announced in an interview on RNE that “in the current circumstances” it is most likely that they will not support the new decree extending the confinement and the measures approved by the Council of Ministers tomorrow, which will be taken to plenary next Thursday. VOX had already announced it’s opposition on a variety of issues involved. More details in an updated post below.
Spanish reference, full article in Spanish: https://www.eldiario.es/politica/Vox-confinamiento-saltan-Congreso_0_1013849112.html
Summary in English: https://spainsnews.com/abascal-and-fifteen-vox-deputies-defy-confinement-measures-and-go-to-congress/
Shipment of more than 130,000 coronavirus test kits arrives in Andalucía as daily increase in cases continues to slow: A total of 131,146 fast coronavirus test kits sent by the central government to the Andalusian health authorities arrived in Seville on Monday morning.
The tests will be distributed among the eight provinces of the region and will be used by hospitals, health centres and care homes. Source: http://www.surinenglish.com/local/202004/06/shipment-more-than-coronavirus-20200406132537.html
Dow surges over 1,600 points: The market was up 7 percent today after some good news on the coronavirus pandemic. Watch report at: https://www.cnbc.com/video/2020/04/06/dow-surges-over-1600-points.html
Zoom Caught in Cybersecurity Debate — Here’s Everything You Need To Know: The app has skyrocketed to 200 million daily users from an average of 10 million in December along with a 535 percent increase in daily traffic to its download page in the last month but it’s also seen a massive uptick in Zoom’s problems, all of which stem from sloppy design practices and security implementations. Full details: https://thehackernews.com/2020/04/zoom-cybersecurity-hacking.html
Costa Blanca in Spain sees Couple Getting Fined for Shopping Together in Covid-19 Lockdown Rule Breaking: Two people who went shopping in a Torrevieja supermarket have been fined for breaking the State of Alarm rules.
Guardia Civil officers around the city have tightened up checks in stores, with the law clearly saying that just one person per household is allowed inside a store.
The rules also make it clear that people should go to the nearest supermarket to their home address, and that is checked by authorities asking to see identification papers.
A report in the Informacion newspaper says that two Guardia officers went up and down the aisles of a large Torrevieja hypermarket, and penalised two people for doing their shopping together.
The couple were allegedly shocked to be reprimanded and said that they thought the rules had changed, since two people are now allowed to travel in a car, so long as one of them was on the back seat.
The officers told them that the amended car rule only applied to a child or an elderly person, or in the case of an emergency.
It certainly did not stretch as far a shopping trip, and the couple were handed a fine.
Many parts of the Costa Blanca and Murcia regions are seeing Guardia and Local Police checks that people are leaving their homes to buy essential items, and till receipts are being checked.
There is no issue with buying the likes of alcohol, soft drinks or sweets, but that should be done with conjunction with the main purchase of essential items.
It’s to stop some people popping outside frequently to break the isolation rules by just purchasing non-essential goods.
The Local Police in the Valencian area town of La Font d`en Carròs recently fined a man €601 after they found his shopping consisted of just soft drinks, chocolate and sausages.
UPDATED– Covid-19 Recovery Plan.
The Current State of Spanish Politics- The gov’t does NOT have universal support of all political parties for proposed Covid-19 policies. Sanchez didn’t even speak with the opposition for the 8 days before he declared the latest extension of the lockdown according to the VOX Party, and the opposition is very displeased to be left out of the planning. The Spanish press for the most part is avoiding this topic. Here is an insightful article from The Financial Times for readers who follow Spanish politics (paywall protected online so I include it below, if I get a takedown notice, so be it, https://www.ft.com/content/4de48573-ca05-4876-9f1d-9e72e05949f3 ) :
Political divisions deepen as Spain battles coronavirus: Fissures are re-emerging while Pedro Sánchez’s government struggles to contain crisis. Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez has come under fierce attack from opposition politicians. In some countries, the worst pandemic for more than a century may have pushed political rivalries to pull together. Not so in Spain. The government’s official slogan is “United, we will stop this virus”. But, as the death toll mounts and Madrid uses emergency powers to issue economic diktats, the politics of confrontation has returned with a vengeance. This week the principal opposition grouping, the centre-right People’s party, labelled prime minister Pedro Sánchez a liar and one PP regional leader even accused the government of issuing orders to hide the real death count. The far-right Vox, the third-biggest force in congress, has called for Mr. Sánchez’s resignation and replacement by a government of national unity. Meanwhile, the pro-independence administration of Catalonia upbraids the government for its alleged incompetence and parsimony on an almost daily basis. “Here, instead of closing ranks and looking for the maximum possible consensus, the politicians are opting for a bitter fight — lucha dura,” said Astrid Barrio, a politics professor at the University of Valencia. “I am not sure citizens are going to appreciate that when the obvious priority is the health emergency.” Some blame the tensions on the significant levels of polarisation in a country where people turned to radical solutions in the aftermath of the financial crisis, and where far-left and Catalan nationalist votes helped bring Mr Sánchez to power, to the enduring disgust of the right. Others fault the alleged mismanagement of his new Socialist-led coalition, which has barely been three months in office. While the country has united in applause for health workers at eight o’clock every evening, underlying tensions have been exposed at other times — such as when different groups of Spaniards have banged pots and pans in protest at the government or, on one occasion, against the royal family. Whatever their cause, the fissures now re-emerging highlight the scale of the challenge if the country is to overcome the health crisis and the economic reckoning that many fear is to come. To impose Spain’s two-and-a-half week old lockdown, Mr Sánchez’s minority coalition assumed sweeping emergency powers, and won the backing of opposition parties in parliament to do so. The government says its steps are having an impact — reducing the daily increase in confirmed cases in percentage terms and the numbers of new entrants to intensive care wards. It adds that it has authorised more than €4bn in funds to fight the disease, much of which has gone to Spain’s regions. But even as they voted through the emergency powers, and their subsequent prolongation, Spain’s rightwing opposition MPs voiced misgivings about Mr Sánchez and his allies’ management of the crisis. Now those recriminations have taken centre stage as the death count regularly tops 800 a day and the government takes temporary measures, such as prohibiting businesses hit by the crisis from sacking employees and banning “non-essential” work while requiring companies still to pay salaries. Pablo Casado, leader of the PP, accuses Mr Sánchez of lying or hiding information, since the prime minister opposed a ban on non-essential work last week. Spain’s biggest employers confederation has also inveighed against the government for that ban, which it says risks the “massive destruction” of jobs and businesses “in a definitive manner”. Nacho Torreblanca of the European Council on Foreign Relations faults Mr Sánchez for failing to follow up his calls for national unity with the appropriate level of consultation with business and other political parties. “It is clear that, after a certain point, the government had to shut the country down,” he said. “But the manner in which Sánchez did it — making the decision, then getting cabinet approval, and then writing the decree — that only increases the polarisation.”
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The Spanish government has a hotline to answer all queries from Brits living in Spain about the implications of Brexit, in English. Callers can ring 060 when in Spain or +34 902 887060 if calling from abroad and an automated system will offer the choice of either Spanish or English.
You will then be offered a choice of information on the different issues.
The service also offers the option of speaking to an operator for those requiring further information or with a specific query not dealt with by the automated options. Source: https://www.thelocal.es/20200218/spain-launches-dedicated-brexit-hotline
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Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
Thursday: Velez Malaga, Torre del Mar, Frigiliana
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Saturday: Competa, Mezquitilla@Algarrobo behind the Sala Ottowa
Sunday: Velez Malaga, Nerja Car Boot
Nerja 952 524 519
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