DigameXtra No. 1921 Tuesday, April 6th, 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/


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La Casa Hotel & Restaurant:
Welcome to La Casa Hotel and Restaurant in Torrox Pueblo
Have you tried our food yet??? well what are you waiting for? All our food is homemade and freshly prepared for you.
This week our 3 course set menu will be…..
To start either Pork and chicken Liver Tarine or mixed salad
Main course Our Homemade 100% Beef burger with fried onions served with chips, or Tomato and Asparagus Tagliatelle.
Desert Bailey Chocolate Mousse or Lemon Sorbet.
Just 14.95 per person
A la carte Menu also available. Our beautiful sun terrace is waiting for you.
Restaurant open Thursday- Sunday 1pm until 6pm and in the evening Friday and Saturday night only a with reservation.
To book 662039741/952535471
LA CASA Hotel & Restaurant
Calle Baja, Plazuela De Barajas 3
Torrox, 29770, Malaga, España


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Services available Removal and Collection – Men With Vans: You’ve heard of a Man with a Van, now meet Men with Vans.
For all your local removal needs we have men and vans at your disposal. Whether you are moving home or need a single item moving, then we can help.
House clearance, Garage clearance and rubbish removals. IKEA, Bricomart and Leroy Merlin runs, we can even assemble your flatpacks. Give us a call.
Need something from one of the big stores in Malaga? Give us a call and leave it to us to deliver to your door.
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Call or Whatsapp John on 622 067 357 or visit our Facebook page- facebook.com/menwithvans
Based in Nerja and Torrox we operate throughout Andalusia.


Services available – Mobile Hairdresser:
Hi, my name is Jenny and I’d like to introduce myself. I am a fully qualified mobile hairdresser with over 12 years experience, fully legal and up to date with current Covid-19 regulations. Appointments now being taken for Torrox and surrounding areas. WhatsApp, private message or call for an appointment in your own home or chat about what you would like.
Tel or WhatsApp 622 690 133,
Email jmainwood01 @ gmail dot com (no spaces)
or go to my Facebook page.
Jenny, Torrox


Items For Sale / Wanted / Rent

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Great Deals From The Nerja Household Centre:
-Mexican style display cabinet with matching unit with shelf & drawers Measurements Width 80 x 40 x181cms Price 100€ -Unit with shelves 50 x 40 x 141cms Price 55€
-4 bamboo chairs very sturdy 40€ ( for the 4 )
contact Jackie/Nerja 672170429
info at nerja household centre dot com


For Sale: Barbie Playset and Dolls
-Barbie Fairy Princess Playset 15€ (similar item can be seen in more detail on eBay)
-2 Barbie dolls – 5€ the two
-Nancy doll and communion doll 5€ each
All in good condition. Accept 20€ for all items together.
Phone 647420188 (Harold, Torre del Mar)


For Sale: Three wonderful pictures 20 euros.
Ring John / Wendy 711044085 Benajarafe


For Sale: Display Cabinet. In good condition. Height 6’6”, (198cm) Width 6’ (182cm). Consists of upper glass cabinet, lower closed cupboard and shelf, plus 2 sets of 4 drawers. Can be separated in to 4 pieces for easy dismantling and moving. 65e for all, or will separate to 10e each set of drawers, 20e for lower cupboard and 30e for glass cabinet. El Morche. Linda 648119401 email: lindahwlc@gmail.com


CORRECTED PHONE– Free: 2 seater sofa, very good condition
Terry 628234013 (WhatsApp) Canillas de Albaida


News & Articles

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Andalusia brings forward to this week the vaccination against Covid for the population aged 70 to 79 years old: {Translated in full from sevilla.abc.es} Updated 05/04/2021, 18:41
-Andalusia is bringing forward the vaccination of the general population aged 79 to 70 years and people with very high-risk pathologies to this Monday, once the vaccination of the over-80s is almost complete.
-This new citation by age group will be done in descending order, starting with those born in 1942 and 1943. This group, which is made up of 677,542 people, will be vaccinated with doses from Pfizer and Moderna.
-At the same time, the Spanish Health Service will also be citing the vulnerable or very high-risk patients included in the vaccination strategy agreed by the Interterritorial Council: people with haematopoietic progenitor transplants, solid organ transplants and waiting lists for these, people on haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, oncohematological disease, solid organ cancer being treated with cytotoxic chemotherapy, lung cancer being treated with chemotherapy or immunotherapy and people with Down Syndrome over the age of 40.
-Andalusia hopes that its Covid-19 vaccination campaign can be “accelerated” from this week, when it will receive some 368,000 doses, and thus be able to vaccinate people between the ages of 65 and 80 with the Pfizer and Moderna compounds.
-From this week onwards, people aged 70 to 79 years will be vaccinated with the Pfizer and Moderna doses. The group of people over 80 years of age is about to be completed with 8% of these people still to be located.
-The Junta has launched a campaign to locate people in this age group who have not yet been summoned. The Andalusian Health Service (SAS) has reported that the various health districts of the community “are activating these days different telephone numbers to resolve doubts of people over 80 who have not yet been called to vaccinate”.
People aged 56 to 65
-Since last Monday, Andalusians aged 65 – who make up a group of 94,803 people – have been vaccinated, and will continue to be vaccinated up to the age of 55 as new doses arrive from AstraZeneca, as well as continuing to vaccinate essential personnel.
-The vaccination of this age group with AstraZeneca is in addition to the current vaccination with Pfizer, which is being administered to people over 80 years of age, elderly people, and health and social care workers, and Moderna, which is also being administered to health and elderly people.
-For the moment, efforts are focused on three main groups: the over-80s, the under-65s and essential workers. Within this scheme, the 66-79 age group has been left out and is awaiting the completion of the over-80s.
*The April vaccination schedule for the month of April, after the latest changes, is currently being applied in the community is as follows.*
Groups that are being vaccinated with Pfizer and Moderna
Group 2. Frontline staff in the health and social-health field.
Group 3A. Hospital and primary care staff not considered frontline.
Group 4. Persons considered to be highly dependent (grade III).
Group 5A. Persons aged 80 and over (born in 1941 and earlier).
Group 5B. Persons between 70 and 79 years of age (born between 1942 and 1951, both included).
Group 7. Persons with high-risk pathologies over 16 years of age.
*Groups that are being vaccinated by AstraZeneca*
Group 3B. Other healthcare and prison staff.
Group 3C. Other healthcare and social healthcare personnel not previously vaccinated.
Group 6A. Security forces and corps, emergency services and Armed Forces.
Group 6B. Infant and special education personnel.
Group 6C. Primary and secondary education personnel.
Group 8. Persons aged 56 to 65 years old (born between 1956 and 1965, both included).
-This weekend, Andalusia has exceeded 1.5 million vaccines administered against the coronavirus, specifically 1,519,228 doses, which means that 6.16% of the Andalusian population is already immunised.
-Health has administered 92.16% of the doses received and, specifically, 522,922 people, 6.16% of the population, have already received the full vaccine with the two doses, while 473,384 have only received the first dose.
-By provinces, according to the Regional Ministry of Health and Families in a communiqué, in Seville a total of 334,843 doses have been administered and 115,011 people have already completed the vaccine, while in Malaga the total number of doses so far is 261,401 and 90,461 people have already received both doses.
-In Cadiz, 206,879 vaccines have already been administered and 69,404 people have received both doses; in Granada, 180,754 have been administered and 62,369 people have received both doses; and in Cordoba, 181,358 doses have been administered and 181,358 people have received the full course of the vaccine.
-Finally, the total number of doses administered in Jaén is 133,957, with 47,844 people with both; in Almería, 122,216 and 39,779 have completed both doses; and in Huelva, 97,820 vaccines have been administered and 32,494 people have already received both doses.
Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-andalucia-adelanta-esta-semana-vacunacion-contra-covid-poblacion-70-79-anos-202104051325_noticia.html


The expert committee meets on Wednesday to decide on new measures on Covid in Andalusia: {Translated in full from sevilla.abc.es} Updated: 05/04/2021, 16:41
-The committee of experts will meet on Wednesday 7 April in San Telmo to decide on new Covid measures in Andalusia. Easter has passed and the influence of these holidays on the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic in the territory will become clear in a few days. The current restrictions expire on 9 April and it is time to decide on the new rules that will govern, at least, the next two weeks.
-While waiting for more concrete official data, Andalusian hospitals are beginning to notice the increase in admissions due to Covid-19 and the pressure on ICUs is beginning to rise. As already happened after the Christmas holidays, the increase in the number of infections in Andalusia is a reality and the vice-president of the Junta, Juan Marín, has already made it clear this Monday that, if necessary, “we can return to the schedules we already had”.
-That is, bringing forward the curfew to ten o’clock at night – now it is set at 23.00 hours – and closing bars and shops at six o’clock in the evening. In Andalusia, bars and shops have been allowed to stay open until 10.30pm for the last month.
-The president of the Junta, Juanma Moreno, has not wanted to be so categorical. He has pointed out on Monday that the Andalusian government does not have “on the table” at the moment the option of toughening the Covid measures in Andalusia, neither in relation to mobility nor to the “freedom of economic activity”.
-However, he did admit that “the number of people hospitalised with Covid-19 and of people infected is increasing”, and warned that the “most worrying” figure is the increase in the number of people admitted to hospital in the autonomous community as a result of the coronavirus.
-“These are the data that should concern us” and which show, according to Juanma Moreno, that the incidence is “on the rise” in Andalusia, both in terms of registered infections and the number of hospitalised patients and patients in the ICU, and “foreseeably” this could translate into an increase in the number of deaths, he warned.
-The president has called for “extreme caution”, and to “assume individual and collective responsibility for the commitments that are being made” by the health authorities. However, he also wanted to highlight that, currently, the percentages of occupancy of conventional and ICU beds in Andalusian hospitals by patients with Covid are lower than the national average, 6.40% compared to 6.8% in the case of conventional beds, and 14.42% in ICU beds, lower than the national average of 16.15%, according to Moreno.
-Against this backdrop, it is difficult to give an answer to those who wonder when the provinces in Andalusia are going to open, one of the most widespread wishes of the public. Although the president of the Junta has defended the fact that Andalusia has been “the most restrictive autonomous community in Spain”, the evolution of the pandemic in the territory does not suggest that freedom of movement between the provinces is going to arrive imminently. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-comite-expertos-reune-este-miercoles-para-decidir-nuevas-medidas-covid-andalucia-202104051633_noticia.html


A guide shows Andalusian freelancers how to take their first steps and streamline the “paperwork”: {Translated in full from sevilla.abc.es} Updated: 05/04/2021, 18:17
-The Regional Minister of Employment, Training and Self-Employment, through the Andalusia Emprende Foundation, Rocío Blanco, has presented the “Guide to the first steps of the self-employed”, a didactic document aimed at facilitating the start-up of new self-employed workers’ business ideas, with simple explanations on the procedures and needs they will have in the start-up of their activity.
-The Councillor, who has participated in a webinar open to the public with the aim of presenting this guide to new entrepreneurs, has valued that this initiative “comes at the best possible moment”, since self-employment is going to become one of the pillars of economic recovery. The aim, he said, is to “accompany them on the journey towards starting their business, with the intention that they focus all their efforts on the viability and development of their business idea, and that “paperwork” does not slow them down one iota.
-According to Blanco, his department is preparing a new call for applications for aid to support the start-up of new self-employed workers, with incentives of up to 5,000 euros per beneficiary and a budget of 9 million euros to reach some 2,000 self-employed workers.
-This call for applications, scheduled for April, will mean an increase of more than 30% of some of the incentives for starting up a business that were already in force, added the Regional Minister, who detailed that the aid will amount to 3,800 euros for women over 35, and will increase to 5,000 euros if the applicant is under 35, while it will reach 3,800 euros if the self-employed is a man over 30 and 5,000 euros if the applicant is a young person under 30 years of age.
-The Regional Minister explained that priority will be given to the self-employed in rural areas, so that beneficiaries living in municipalities with less than 10,000 inhabitants will receive 5,000 euros. She also announced that in the coming weeks, other incentives will be added to these incentives to facilitate the reconciliation of professional and family life for self-employed workers.
-The guide presented by Employment is a tool that aims to provide an initial response to the main questions and doubts of self-employed workers at the beginning, so that they can design a roadmap for these first steps.
-It has been designed as a simple and agile manual, and in its 24 pages, with a very visual editorial treatment, it covers everything from initial needs to the fundamental aspects of registering in the Special Regime for Self-Employed Workers (RETA) of the Social Security; the different types of self-employed that exist and the step-by-step procedures to be completed, with very useful sketches and graphs.
Answers to doubts and questions
-Structured in sections that provide answers to specific questions – such as what is a self-employed individual entrepreneur; what requirements are needed; what aspects must be taken into account before registering; or what are the advantages and disadvantages of self-employment – a large part of the guide focuses on the necessary procedures, which are divided into six different steps with simple explanations of these steps. In addition to this guide, the Andalucía Emprende Foundation is also working on the development of another management manual, which complements this document and goes into more specific aspects.
-This guide is one more resource that adds to and complements those that the Regional Ministry of Employment, through Andalucía Emprende, has set up since the pandemic began to help the self-employed. These include a specialised channel for direct attention to the self-employed @andaluciaemprende.es, through which a total of 525 queries have been dealt with from March to December 2020, each of which has been answered within a maximum period of 48 hours, and a website where all the aid from the Andalusian Regional Government aimed at this group can be consulted.
-According to Employment, this is in addition to teams specialised in the most important aspects of self-employment and financing, which has provided more than 10,000 advice sessions and more than 21,500 support services in the processing of public and private incentives; different guides and infographics to clarify regulations, which have had more than 5,400 downloads on the web; and more than 30 sectoral initiatives to help entrepreneurs and self-employed to reorient their businesses, which have had more than 6,500 participants. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/economia/sevi-guia-ensena-autonomos-andalucia-primeros-pasos-y-agilizar-papeleo-202104051817_noticia.html


Andalucía adds 1,254 Covid cases and 17 deaths since Saturday with incidence rate rising five points:
-After the Junta de Andalucia failed to update the coronavirus data on Sunday, the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalucía has reported this Monday (5 April) that the region has registered a total of 1,254 new infections and 17 coronavirus deaths since Saturday.
-The figures are lower than those last reported on 3 April when 3,864 cases and 20 deaths were recorded.
-However the cumulative incidence rate of cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days continues to increase and stands at 155.4, which is 5.4 points more than on Saturday and 18.4 more than last Wednesday.
-Seville is the province that has added the most positive cases with 249, followed by Granada with 194, Cadiz with 180, Cordoba with 168, Jaén with 154, Malaga with 142, Almeria with 108 and Huelva with 59.
-Regarding deaths, Granada adds eleven, Almeria and Jaén two each, Seville and Huelva one each, and the other provinces none.
-The number of Covid patients in hospital continues to grow and Andalucía has 1,218 patients admitted this Monday, 61 more in one day and 233 more than a week ago, of which 282 are in an intensive care unit, three more than on Sunday and 35 more than seven days ago. Full article: http://www.surinenglish.com/national/202104/05/andalucia-adds-cases-covid-20210405182714.html



Cruzcampo launches a beer that looks and tastes like red wine: The master brewers at La Fábrica de Cruzcampo in Malaga have launched a new Cruzcampo Grape Beer.
The brewery says the beer is reminiscent of red wine both in its colour and taste and that the new recipe, in the characteristic grape ale style of Italy, becomes part of the family of craft beers that have emerged from this creative laboratory. The beer can be tasted, while supplies last, in the central Soho district of Malaga city. Photo:SUR. Full article:


Boris confirms shops CAN reopen Monday – but is roadmap in doubt?: (Daily Mail) What did Boris Johnson announce at today’s press conference?
The next step of easing lockdown will go ahead as planned: The PM confirmed that non-essential shops, gyms, hairdressers and libraries in England will reopen from April 12 while pubs and restaurants will be allowed to serve customers outdoors. Overnight stays away from home in England will be permitted. The majority of outdoor settings and attractions like zoos and theme parks can also reopen. Full article: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/boris-confirms-shops-can-reopen-monday-but-is-roadmap-in-doubt/ar-BB1fk5rL


Coronavirus Restriction Eased in Scotland: (The Scotsman) First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unveiled the country’s route map out of lockdown on March 16, with Monday (April 5) seeing customers allowed back into some businesses.
Some non-essential shops can reopen, including garden centres and homeware stores, and click-and-collect services will resume.
University and college students will return for in-person teaching and outdoor contact sports for 12 to 17-year-olds will restart.
Visits to hairdressers and barbers must be pre-booked in advance. Full article: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/coronavirus-in-scotland-hairdressers-and-barbers-can-reopen-for-pre-booked-appointments/ar-BB1fjcak


New breast cancer jab cuts treatment time from two-and-a-half hours to five minutes: A new breast cancer jab that will take just five minutes to administer will not only cut down on hospital staff time – but also reduce the COVID infection risk for patients. The treatment, called Phesgo, is being rolled out across England by the NHS and will be offered to breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. It will be available to people with HER2-positive breast cancer, which accounts for 15% of all such cancers. Full article: https://news.sky.com/story/new-breast-cancer-jab-cuts-treatment-time-from-two-and-a-half-hours-to-five-minutes-12265875


An intense cloud of smoke causes alarm among the neighbors of Salobreña: {Translated from granadadigital.es}
-An intense cloud of dust caused by a fire in a reed bed around the Vial Verde that is being built in Salobreña has caused alarm among its neighbors this Sunday, who at that time of the afternoon were still enjoying the last rays of sunshine on the beach.
-The fire, which started for unknown reasons -although apparently has several foci- shortly before 19.00 hours, has affected an open field near the beach in which there are only dry reeds that, at first, seems to have no major relevance, although its proximity to some farmhouses is of concern.
-According to witnesses themselves, the sky has begun to be covered with a black smoke “like a storm cloud”, so it has begun to spread panic among residents of nearby developments that saw the flames approaching dangerously close to their homes.
-Emergencies 112 Andalusia has informed GranadaDigital that a few minutes after the first call have moved to the area Salobreña Local Police and a team of firefighters from Motril, which about 19.30 hours had not yet been able to control it, so they have had to ask for reinforcements and a larger truck with which to face the virulent fire, as the brush, reeds and some palm trees have caught fire very quickly. Image:Rosa Núñez.
Source, Spanish: https://www.granadadigital.es/intensa-nube-humo-incendio-canaveral-provoca-alarma-vecinos-salobrena/


Note to LG Brand Smartphone Users: LG quitting the smartphone business. Tech enthusiasts on Twitter lamented the exit of the once ubiquitous name in the smartphone industry, with many crediting LG for pioneering the now-familiar features such as ultra-wide angle camera and capacitive touchscreen in mobile devices. “They didn’t always ace every phone, but losing them means losing a competitor that was willing to try new things, even when they didn’t work,” popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) said in a tweet. This also means that support and repair services for current models will be ended at some point. Check their website for info. Full article: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-lg-elec-smartphones/lgs-smartphone-exit-who-stands-to-gain-idUSKBN2BS1M3

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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Spain Coronavirus Data from Spain’s Ministerio de Sanidad, Official C-19 Pages:

Coronavirus Cases in Andalucia, Axarquia, Costa del Sol & Malaga Province:

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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
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Nerja 952 524 519
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Nerja: 952 521 545
Frigiliana: 952 533 126
Torre del Mar: 952 549 238

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