DigameXtra No. 1907 Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021

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For the official Andalucia Covid rules for your town, in Spanish only, go to this site, click your town, and find your rules in the lower left corner of the page. Click a category, then click the “+” sign to expand the rules: https://www.mapacovid.es

Another good, reliable source for updated Covid news, announcements and statistics is the Junta de Andalucia’s FB page.  https://www.facebook.com/AndaluciaJunta/



Naythan publishes his 1000th issue, #1909, in just 3 days!
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Monday, March 15th = €30 (Competa)
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Wednesday, March 17th = €50 (Rincon de la Victoria) + €15 (Caleta de Velez)
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Torrox Town Hall Announcement of Crafts Market: For the purpose of supporting local business and our craft, we are going to install a craft market on the Promenade of Ferrara during the Holy Week. Open the deadline to submit the requests from 22 to 24 March! Source: https://www.facebook.com/AytoTorrox/posts/1678721175635297


La Casa Hotel & Restaurant: What is happening at La Casa Hotel and Restaurant over the Easter weekend? Well….
-We are offering a stay of 3 nights from Friday 2nd April until Monday 5th in one of our beautiful double bedrooms with private en-suite.
The offer is for 3 nights with breakfast, dinner from our set menu on the Friday and the Saturday evening, and Lunch on the Sunday.
The price is just 299 euro for 2 persons!
For more information or to book
call 662039741 or 952535471
LA CASA Hotel & Restaurant
Calle Baja, Plazuela De Barajas 3
Torrox, 29770, Malaga


Concert at Roberts Top: Friday March 26th at 8-10pm.
Music by Timbalito Street w/ Fernando Wilhelmi
c/ Livry Gargan 1, 18690 Almuñécar FB Page


Mis Tapitas: We are back at Mis Tapitas ( Billys Bar), Puente Don Manuel, on Saturday 27th March 15.30 start. Come along and join us for some great live music . A warm welcome awaits. Delicious food and tapas available. All covid safety measures in place. We look forward to seeing you.


Torrox Costa Cafe Update:
-Nando’s Famous Burgers and Potato Soup- Today, Tuesday, from midday till 9pm at The Bloque 77 Bar, on the east side of BLQ77, Av Garcia Penalver, 29793 Torrox Costa. Burgers in 110g, 160g & 210g, and as hamburgers, Irish burger or Black Angus burger. San Miguel on draft, ice cold Weissbier, Currywurst and more. I recommend Nando’s Special German Potato Salad if it’s available. Tell your server that Naythan from DigameXtra sent you.
-ReOpened: Il Faro Pizzaria near the lookout point at the end of Av El Faro. Proper family sized pizzas with premium ingredients. Ask for extra tomato sauce & extra cheese if you like American style pizza. The Pizza del Mar, with shrimps, mussels and anchovies is my personal fav. Eat half there, take the rest home, two meals for the price of one!
-The El Faro Bar has opened where Thai Pas Restaurant used to be located, next to the lookout point on Av El Faro. Terrace is canine friendly, and the dog beach is only a few hundred meters away. Have a day out with your pooch!
-The Greek Casita, BLQ 80, has delayed their reopening until March 26th. The remodelling has taken longer than anticipated. Gyros will be back soon!
-I Love Pizza on the beach boardwalk has been closed for several weeks now, no sign of when they will reopen, but there does seem to be some remodeling happening.
-The newish London Bar on the Paseo Maritimo remains shut for the time being. I have not had a chance to try it out, but in passing I noticed the portions  were large and it definitely looks like a great place to watch sports tv!
-The mini-market on the west side of BLQ 80 is now a Hilal Middle Eastern grocery store. It is packed floor to ceiling with every sort of food you would expect and much more. Wide selection of spices, figs & dates. They even have a butcher section for fresh meat. Prices are very reasonable, lean fresh ground Hilal beef was only €5/kg the day I stopped in. Look for daily meat specials posted on the display case!  Also a selection of  traditional clothes & shoes.
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For Sale, 2 items:
-Renault Kango Rear axle brake shoes
(Morazo de Freno) Dia 228mm x 42mm width Drum dia 229
Product No ADPRO 067172 Cost 39.72 Selling for 20 eur
-3 Wix air filters No WA6228, 268mm x 228mm (top) x 57mm (H). Normally £8.18 each, Selling 5eur each
Email: courtney_laineATyahooDOTcoDOTuk
Courtney. Tel 952550268 Caleta de Velez


Reduced For Sale: Weber barbecue. 47cm compact kettle barbecue. Fittings for both direct and indirect cooking styles. Fitted thermometer. 3 Cleaning brushes. Chimney starter. Instruction booklet. Bag of charcoal included. Previous quip about some grease and grime no longer applies as its been cleaned inside and out too within an inch of its life. Neat and tidy way of barbecuing. Reduced price €48.
Contact Steve in El Morche on 620056188 or by WhatsApp


For Sale, 2 items:
-White chest of drawers with matching mirror and two matching bedside cabinets all with glass tops for protection. 100 euros complete
-White wrought iron headboard 50 euros
Irene, Nerja
Email: irene472001 AT yahoo.co.uk


For Sale: Basket. 50cm high x 60cm diameter.
Fabulous solid log basket bought in the Cotswolds. 25 euros or nearest offer proceeds to Animal Charity telephone John (Benajarafe) on 711 044 085


For Sale: Bathroom cabinet with mirror doors. Internally adjustable shelf. MDF board construction. Easy to clean white finish. Already assembled. 2 screw wall fixing or can stand on a flat surface. Measurements: 56x13x55cm. 3 months old. Not needed at new home. Slight blemish on one of the doors as shown in the collage. Price €30.
Contact Steve in El Morche tel 620056188 or by WhatsApp.


News & Articles

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Andalusia has only 380 coronavirus infections, best Monday since August: {Translated from sevilla.abc.es}
Updated 22/03/2021, 16:36
-Andalusia has had 380 cases of coronavirus infection this Monday. This is the lowest figure since 9 December and also the best Monday for the region since 10 August. If we compare this figure with last week’s Monday, there is also an improvement because seven days ago the number of reported positives was 480, one hundred more.
-However, this drop in cases is not reflected in the cumulative incidence of the pandemic, the most reliable gauge of the speed and virulence of the health crisis. Last Friday there were 118 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. This Monday there are 122. The rise, although not very pronounced, confirms the saw-toothed phase that the curve of the pandemic in the community has been drawing for weeks.
-There are also worse data in the case of the seven-day incidence rate. This value, which registers changes in trend sooner, is 57 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants today at seven days. On Friday the same figure was 52, five points lower.
-Thus, it is not possible to be sure that the low number of infections reported on Monday represents a trend, nor that the increase in the incidence rate points in the opposite direction. The community remains at very similar figures week after week, with the incidence rate stagnating at around 120 points.
-Where there is very good news is in the number of deaths. This Monday there have been only two deaths due to coronavirus in Andalusia, as was the case yesterday. You have to go back to 2 January to find such low figures and, much earlier, to the summer, to see them repeated for two consecutive days.
-There are two possible explanations for this. On the one hand, vaccines are already having an effect on the most vulnerable people, which reduces mortality. But the drop is very sharp, so we must also take into account a possible under-reporting of deaths that will be corrected tomorrow or the day after, when this indicator is expected to rise in Andalusia.
-Meanwhile, 1,054 Andalusians were admitted to hospital on Monday due to the coronavirus. This is a rise of 41 people, the highest in several weeks. In the ICU there is also an increase in the number of Andalusians admitted, 265, six more than yesterday. This tends to happen on Mondays and Tuesdays, so we will have to wait until the end of the week for the number of hospitalised patients to finally drop below a thousand, if that happens at all. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-andalucia-suma-solo-380-contagios-coronavirus-mejor-lunes-desde-agosto-202103221301_noticia.html


Health wants to resume the vaccination with AstraZeneca in Andalusia this Tuesday: {Summary, translated from sevilla.abc.es}
-The Andalusian Regional Minister for Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, announced on Monday in Montilla (Córdoba) that, if authorised by the Ministry of Health, Andalusia will administer the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines from Tuesday, also to the 55-65 age group.
-In fact, Andalusia has “160,000 AstraZeneca vaccines available right now”, and Health wants to “administer them as soon as possible”, and Aguirre also hopes that the use of this vaccine will be authorised for the 55 to 65 age group, which is the age group that Aguirre considers to be a “priority” for vaccination, within the “essential personnel”.
-In addition to this, Aguirre, who said he expects a total of “203,530 vaccines” to arrive in Andalusia this week from the various pharmaceutical companies, also wants the Ministry of Health to authorise that, “once the vaccination of the over-80s has been completed, the next group to be vaccinated will be patients with relevant pathologies”. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-salud-quiere-reanudar-vacunacion-astrazeneca-andalucia-este-martes-202103221730_noticia.html


UK Covid testing- Adults to be asked to test themselves twice a week to keep roadmap out of lockdown on track: All adults will be encouraged to test themselves for Covid-19 twice a week to help us ease out of lockdown, The Times understands.
Getting the public into the habit of regular swabs is viewed as a vital way to stop people breaking the rules if they test negative and an advertising campaign will urge people to “play their part” by regularly checking they are not infectious.
Full article: https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/test-yourself-for-covid-twice-a-week-public-to-be-urged-7b3nt7s53


Unidas Podemos says Politicos “antisocial” on Rent Relief- Minister Ábalos insists on tax incentives and advocates that they are more effective than limiting the rents: {Summary, translated from sevilla.abc.es}
-The Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, José Luis Ábalos, defended this Monday that the tax incentives he is proposing in the future housing law to curb the rise in rents as a “much more effective” measure than the demand by UNO Podemos to limit them.
-The future law will make the constitutional right to decent housing effective and will put a stop to abusive rises in rents, according to the minister, who added that it will also favour “the offer of affordable conditions for people with lower incomes, young people and the most vulnerable groups”.
-With regard to the criticisms made by Unidas Podemos of the tax incentives for benefiting large property owners, he reminded the audience that the aim is to make these incentives “more progressive and fairer”. In addition, he reminded that it is applied to personal income tax, a tax that does not benefit companies, and that 85% of rented housing in Spain belongs to small owners.
-In any case, he assured that in the future law “there are many measures” to avoid the abusive increase in rents and to favour an increase in supply because “if we do not increase supply, we are not going to lower prices”, he said.
-Hours earlier, Yolanda Díaz expressed her conviction that there will be agreement in the coalition government to regulate the price of rents: “It is not a question of giving in, there is going to be agreement for sure,” she said.
-She pointed out that, after unemployment, “surely the second biggest problem is housing”, which is also “a fundamental right” recognised in the Constitution and “in international standards”, and that “the Government wants to tackle one of the country’s main problems”.
-The PSOE’s proposal to reduce the price of rent in stressed areas is to increase the level of tax relief in personal income tax for owners, up to 90%, in order to formalise a new contract with a lower rent. For both Montero and the Vice-President for Economic Affairs, Nadia Calviño, this proposal would comply with the government agreement between the PSOE and Unidas Podemos, despite not containing price intervention.
-In contrast, Unidas Podemos considers that the incentive system is not sufficient and would not comply with the coalition agreement or the agreement to approve the Housing Law. Moreover, it points out that the incentive system will not only not be enough, but that it is also aimed at benefiting large housing owners.
-Thus, they consider that it is “antisocial, by promoting that those who have the most and have contributed the most to inflating the bubble will benefit the most from these incentives supported with everyone’s money”. Source, Spanish: https://www.abc.es/economia/abci-abalos-insiste-incentivos-fiscales-y-defiende-mas-efectivos-limitar-alquileres-202103221425_noticia.html


SCAM ALERTCampaign that impersonates the DGT with ’emails’ to install a virus: {Translated from laprovincia.es}
-The National Institute of Cybersecurity ( Incibe ) has warned on Monday that it has detected a fraudulent campaign through email ( phishing ) impersonating the General Directorate of Traffic ( DGT ) with the aim of installing viruses on the various devices.
-As reported by the technology centre in León in a statement, the message sent contains a link to a supposed notification that downloads malware on the device that opens.
-The Incibe warns any user who has received an email from these features, you have clicked on the link to see the course file, and then open the file that you download, that can be installed by the virus in your device with the consequent risk to your files.
-Those affected are advised to scan their computers with an updated anti-virus and reminds them that if you need support or assistance to the removal of the malware, the Incibe offers his response service and support to security incidents.
Source, Spanish: https://www.laprovincia.es/vida-y-estilo/tecnologia/2021/03/22/alertan-campana-suplanta-dgt-emails-43871899.html


Tax office staff warn furloughed workers they may need to do a tax declaration for 2020: Representatives of the government’s tax inspectors have warned people who have benefited from ERTE furloughing payments in the last 12 months of the Covid-19 pandemic to check if they need to fill out a tax return for 2020.
Normally those earning less than 22,000 euros a year from a single source, typically their employer, don’t have to complete a separate self-assessment-style declaration.
However, as many people were getting furlough money from the SEPE employment service as well as from an employer in 2020, they will be forced to file an individual tax return under the rules.
ERTE payments don’t normally have tax deducted at source, unlike a pay packet, and so many people could be caught out on their IRPF income-tax declaration as they will have some money to pay back to the taxman. Full article: http://www.surinenglish.com/national/202103/19/office-staff-warn-furloughed-20210319100136-v.html


Beach News: Velez-Malaga kicks off its Easter campaign on March 26 in which the security and surveillance of the coastline will be reinforced and plots marked out on the busiest beaches including Torre del Mar, La Caleta de Velez or Benajarafe. Deputy mayor Jesús Pérez Atencia appealed for “responsibility” warning the “virus is still here.” Source: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2021/03/20/axarquia-news-in-brief-4/


Drone Footage of Iceland Volcano: Last Friday, the Fagradalsfjall volcano near Iceland’s capital of Reykjavik began erupting for the first time in 800 years after the island nation was hit by thousands of small earthquakes. Thankfully, the eruption was small and has not put anyone in danger. Instead, it’s gifted the world with some awe-inspiring views of lava flowing from the ground. Full article: https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2021/3/22/22344113/iceland-volcano-eruption-drone-footage-fagradalsfjall


Football News- FA Cup 2021 Semi-Finals Draw: The draw for the semi-finals of the Emirates FA Cup 2021 took place today, Sunday 21, during the half-time break of the Leicester City versus Manchester United quarter-final tie at the King Power Stadium, in Leicester.
The draw is:
Leicester City v Southampton
Chelsea v Manchester City
The semi-finals are due to take place behind closed doors at Wembley Stadium, to be played on the weekend of the 17 and 18 of April. Full article: https://www.si.com/soccer/chelsea/news/fa-cup-draw-chelsea-to-face-manchester-city-in-semi-finals


Fraudsters Selling ‘Fake Negative Coronavirus Test Certificates’ at Airports: Greater Manchester police have issued warnings that scammers are selling fake negative Covid-19 test certificates in airports and online. The fraudsters have set up shop using high-quality software and printers in order to be able to counterfeit coronavirus test certificates.
So far arrests for counterfeit coronavirus tests have been made in countries including the UK, Brazil and in France. Police have issued warnings that anyone using a fake certificate is likely to be caught. Full article: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2021/03/22/fraudsters-selling-fake-negative-coronavirus-test-certificates-at-airports/


US has ‘secret evidence of UFOs breaking sound barrier without a sonic boom and performing moves humans don’t have the technology for’, says Trump’s Director of National Intelligence: The U.S. has evidence of UFOs breaking the sound barrier without a sonic boom and making maneuvers impossible with known technology, the former Director of National Intelligence has revealed.
The revelations increased excitement about a forthcoming report detailing what the U.S. government has observed.
John Ratcliffe, who served as Donald Trump’s Director of National Intelligence, said that many of the incidents still have no easy explanation.
‘When we talk about sightings, the other thing I will tell you is, it’s not just a pilot or just a satellite, or some intelligence collection,’ Ratcliffe said.
‘Usually we have multiple sensors that are picking up these things, and some of these are unexplained phenomenon, and there is actually quite a few more than have been made public.’
The government was, in December, given a 180-day deadline to disclose what it knew, meaning that the report should be out before June 1. Full article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9387129/There-lot-sightings-public-Anticipation-mounts-ahead-UFO-report.html


U.S. Supreme Court rebuffs Fakebook appeal in user tracking lawsuit: The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned away Facebook Inc’s bid to pare back a $15 billion class action lawsuit accusing the company of illegally tracking the activities of internet users even when they are logged out of the social media platform. Full story: https://news.trust.org/item/20210322123811-xqncf


Global shortage in computer chips ‘reaches crisis point’: Consumers are facing price rises and shortages of products from TVs and mobile phones to cars and games consoles as a global shortage in semiconductors grows.
The shortage in chips, the “brain” within every electronic device in the world, has been steadily worsening since last year. Initially the problem was only a temporary delay in supplies as factories shut down when the coronavirus pandemic first hit. However, although production is back to normal, a new surge in demand driven by changing habits fueled by the pandemic means that it is now reaching crisis point.
Car manufacturers investing in tech-heavy electric vehicles, the boom in sales of TVs and home computers and launch of new games consoles and 5G-enabled mobile phones have all driven demand.
The chip shortage looks set to persist for some time yet. It can take up to two years to get complex semiconductor production factories up and running, and manufacturers are in the process of significantly raising prices for the second time in less than a year.
“There is no sign of supply catching up, or demand decreasing, while prices are rising across the chain,” says Campling, media and tech analyst at Mirabaud. . “This will cross over to people in the street. Expect cars to cost more, phones to cost more. This year’s iPhone is not going to be cheaper than last year.” Full article: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/mar/21/global-shortage-in-computer-chips-reaches-crisis-point


World’s first ship tunnel to be built under Norwegian mountains: Norway has got the go-ahead to construct what’s being billed as the world’s first ship tunnel, designed to help vessels navigate the treacherous Stadhavet Sea.
First announced a few years ago by the Norwegian Coastal Administration, this mile-long, 118-feet-wide tunnel will burrow through the mountainous Stadhavet peninsula in northwestern Norway.
Building this engineering marvel will cost somewhere in the region of 2.8 billion Norwegian kroner ($330 million) and take between three to four years, with construction due to commence in 2022. Photos:The Norwegian Coastal Administration. Full article: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/norway-ship-tunnel/index.html 


COVID Mobility Restrictions Info Reference

OPTION 1:  https://www.mapacovid.es/ 

OPTION 2: For a more frequently updated version visit this site. Unfortunately this map does not zoom in using the mouse wheel, so it can be difficult to see the smallest towns. https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-mapa-covid-19-andalucia-restricciones-y-medidas-contra-coronavirus-municipio-202102101441_noticia.html?

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Weekly Markets
Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
Thursday: Velez Malaga, Torre del Mar, Frigiliana
Friday: Almunecar, Salobrena, La Herradura- Summers only
Saturday: Competa, Mezquitilla@Algarrobo behind the Sala Ottowa
Sunday: Velez Malaga, Nerja Car Boot

Nerja 952 524 519
Torrox: 952 531 030
Frigiliana: 952 533 231

Phone numbers for emergencies
Emergency Svcs.: 112
National Police: 091
Guardia Civil: 062
Ambulance: 061
Fire Station (Bomberos): 080
Emergency English Help Line: 902 102 112

Local Police
Torrox: 952 539 828
Nerja: 952 521 545
Frigiliana: 952 533 126
Torre del Mar: 952 549 238

Local News in English, The Sur: http://www.surinenglish.com/
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