DigameXtra No. 1983 Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

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COVID-19 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.

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 are both your local
Ayuntamiento & the Junta de Andalucia’s FB and Twitter pages. @AndaluciaJunta  https://twitter.com/AndaluciaJunta  https://www.facebook.com/AndaluciaJunta/

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Art Room Art & Ceramics Gallery, Canillas de Albaida:
Now open again after being fully vaccinated.
Open by appointment everyday from 11.00am – 7.00pm.
Original paintings, prints and paintographs by Mitch France, ceramics by Chris France.
Now we have canvas prints on wood frames that look pretty much like the original at a much lower cost (from €40) ready to hang.
Subject matter: Musicians, Morocco, Cuba, abstract, Flamenco dancers, local scenes. Commissions considered.
To view all the work, for information on the artists and directions to the gallery go to: www.artroom-gallery.com
Maximum 4 people per visit, masks and social distancing obligatory and sanitiser available. The galley is also well ventilated and air conditioned.
You can book an appointment through the website or contact Mitch: 616 891 473 (Whatsapp).
Email: mitchbanjo@hotmail.com
Facebook: mitchfranceart
Instagram: mitchfranceart
Twitter: mitchfranceart

Flamenco Fusion Festival- Vélez-Málaga: The esplanade of The Cerro de los Remedios, will host a new edition of the festival of flamenco fusion, which will take place on Friday, July 30, and 6, 13 and 20 August. The tickets have a cost of 15 euros and there will be a bonus with a special price of 50 euros for the four concerts can be purchased at www.entradium.com ; FB link


Upcoming art exhibition: La Bella y Las Pequeñas Bestias
An exciting new exhibition opening this week at Sala Real 98, Frigiliana, featuring the work of local artists Christina Hallett and Sarah Robinson, a colourful, vibrant, lively mixture of paintings and delightful plastic sculptures reflecting the beauty, light and nature of life around them.
Open Thursday 17-Sunday 20, then Thursday 24-Sunday 27th, 11.00 -14.00 hrs, evening viewings by appointment contact 654186266/649489526


Elvis Tribute by “Stelvis”: Monday June 21st 5pm
El Mojito La Carihuela, Calle Bulto 80 29620 Málaga
Tel +34 952 05 70 62  FB link 


Live Music at the Bonnet Bar & Cafe:
-Fri., 18June 10pm. Punk Night with “3 De Bastos”
-Sun., 20June 10pm. Stone Fr3e performing Supertramp, Bad Company, Clapton, etc.
Puerto Deportivo, Fuengirola.
Reservations suggested. Tel +34 951 26 30 05  FB link 


Ladies Lunch & Fashion Show: At La Scala- Marbella
Wednesday 30 June, 1-6pm
Come and spend a lovely Ladies Lunch with us. We will have a fashion show by Mapuchi Moda & live music entertainment with Johnny G. All from just 35€ serving a 3 course menu, unlimited Cocktails and Prosecco!
Book your table now! Tel 951 569 362
Menu- www.lascalamarbella.com  ;  FB link 


Bonanza Benalmadena Coming Events:
Bonanza bar proudly announce our line up
Important news !!! From this week our live entertainment starts at 10pm Thursday till Sunday 4 days a week with live shows
At 7pm Kitchen and doors open for the famous hotstone dinner and 8pm. We kick off with karaoke till the main show.
-Thursday 17th June. Brand new show on stage !! The Route 66 Rock n Roll and rockabilly style bring defently your dancing shoes it will be a night to never forget.
-Friday 18th June. The one and only on the coast Tribute to Freddie mercury live band QUEEN OF MAGIC. Make sure reserve your seats.
-Saturday 19th June. The famous Revival Live band will be on stage at 10pm they will provide the best songs of 50s 60s 70s defently not to be missed.
-Sunday 20th June. Every Sunday Ricky Lavazza. Sunday evening bonanza bar is the place to be. Reserve now.
Res by WhatsApp 612234772
Location- Av Bonanza 1, Benalmadena.  FB link 


Weekly Crochet & Knitting Group: We still meet every Thursday from 10/10.30 am until 1ish.
in Caleta de Velez at Bar/Restaurante La Fuente.
Do you Crochet or Knit? Would you like to learn? Do you fancy having coffee and chatting one morning whilst working?
We are a multilingual group of ladies (and ONE Gent) that are meeting every week in Caleta de Velez on Thursdays. We have no set rules-just bring a Smile.
Work at your own speed and chat making friends.
And – if you really don’t fancy Crochet but like to Knit, well come along with that instead.
And Don’t Forget – We will teach you either craft if you wish.
Contact Polly on madpip @ hotmail. co. uk
Hope to see you there. 


Services Wanted/Offered

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Nik of all Trades- Services available for home, garden and office:
-Gardening – from weeding to landscaping, stonework (walls, paths, etc) a speciality. Transport and tools all provided by me, my time can be hired in 3 time slots of 4, 6 and 8 hours at a cost of 50€, 75€ and 100€ respectively plus any required materials at cost or fixed price quote if you prefer.
-Small construction/demolition jobs – walls, fencing, guttering, tiling etc. costs as above or fixed price quote if you prefer.
-Painting and decorating – interior or exterior, tools all supplied, materials extra at cost . costs as above or fixed price quote if you prefer.
Evenings, weekends and holidays both Spanish and English are all included at no extra cost. I am always busy and usually require between 2 and 4 weeks notice before I can start work but I can usually carry out quotations fairly quickly.
Check my website for examples of my work  www.nikofalltrades.es
Email enquiries or for more information to 
nikash2 at hotmail dot com or just write that email address or web address down somewhere in case you may need me in the future! I am a DigameXtra sponsor and so my contact info is available in the sponsors section below as well. There is also a contact form available on the website.
References/recommendations available from the UK and Spain
Based in Competa but can travel anywhere in Digameland. Quotations are completely free! 


Coast Fm Gold:
Things are starting to get back to ‘Normal’ …now what?
Let people know you are open for business by advertising on the radio, where you will be heard 4 to 6 times a day, in the car, the kitchen, the bedroom, even on the beach!
No magazine can do that!
97.6 Coast Fm Gold is the Eastern Costa del Sol’s number one radio station, heard locally and all over the world on 97.6fm, Online, Google, Siri, Alexa and on Tunein!
Based in Nerja and broadcasting 24 hours a day, your advert would be heard between 4 to 6 times a day, every day at the same cost as a magazine or local newspaper, which are looked at maybe once or even missed…….you can’t miss whats on the radio unless it’s switched off!
We script it, do the voiceover, add music and once approved by you…..we broadcast it!
Whether your a bar an estate agent, supermarket or have a product or service you would like the world to know about, let them know on 97.6 Coast Fm Gold.
Email to studio @ coastfmgold.com or WhatsApp to 691934626 or leave message and we will call you back!


Golden Leaves Funeral Plans:
Pre-planning your funeral is a thoughtful and responsible way to show you care about your family.
Funerals are no easy task. There are numerous considerations to factor in, including logistics, food and drink, casket purchase and burial grounds. A loved one’s death brings immense emotional strain to any family, and the question of financing and arrangements only exacerbates the stress.
Handling all of these challenges is difficult enough in one’s normal circumstances, but having to go through it while abroad is an enormous burden.
Golden Leaves Funeral Plans aims to support grieving families during these tumultuous times. Since our inception in 1984, we have partnered with a widespread network of funeral directors across the UK and Europe.
Purchasing a funeral plan with Golden Leaves enables you to plan, design and pay for your funeral services in advance.
As one of the leading providers of expat prepaid funeral plans in Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands, we make sure to adequately support your family in the time of greatest need.
If you are an expat family in need of prepaid funeral services please contact Ruth on phone or whats app + 34 693 715 718
Based in Javea/Alicante. Company Reg. No: 2935393
Email: Ruth.forder@goldenleaves.com



Interpreter Services – June Special Offer!!
First 30 Minute Consultation FREE OF CHARGE!!
Don’t let the language barrier be a problem!
At People Group Spain we offer interpreters who are fluent in English and Spanish to help you with your day to day needs.
Whether you need us to accompany you to a meeting, help you with paperwork, or even just make a phone call on your behalf, we will always be here to help.
You can find us at Calle Diputación 9, Nerja or contact us by phone on 615763349 or by email at admin@peoplegroupspain.com
Appointments are advisable.


Items For Sale / Wanted / Rent

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Halting Erosion using Vetiver
From Vetiver Spain in Sayalonga
Our Nursery is open by appointment depending on the current travel restrictions. Please email or call first. We have Moringa seedlings, Organic Moringa powder and Comfrey plants. We also have some local trees and some exotic trees from Africa.
Vetiver is a rapid growing and non-invasive sterile clump grass with a height of 1-2 metres and a root system of 3-4 metres in depth. We have been providing Vetiver throughout the EU for almost 10 years now. We are located in Sayalonga where we can plant year round but our best results by far start in February. The reason is that Vetiver is indigenous to India and Vetiver loves the heat of the summer. Use Vetiver cuttings as mulch around all of your fruit trees. Decomposing Vetiver improves soil quality, keeps the weeds down and the insects away all while helping to maintain soil moisture.
Vetiver is a nutritious and replenishable animal fodder. Horses and pigs love it. We use it in our chicken pens replacing hay because it stops mites.
In the 2 photos below you will see land prepared for Vetiver and the results 2 years later.
We also use Vetiver along driveways and sidewalks. It also makes a great and inexpensive ornamental hedge.
Here is a link to a short video showing the results.
We suggest planting now, as this is the BEST time of the year to plant.
To see more images of Vetiver go to this link.
Presently we have some specials, which include free shipping to numerous locations.
For more information please contact us.
Please visit us or visit our website:
Email: info@vetiverspain.com
Telephone: (34) 692 288 657



Great Deals From The Nerja Household Centre:
-Orbegozo microwave excellent condition Price 35€
-Hisense table top fridge excellent condition
51×43.9x47cm Price 75€
-Zanussi washing machine vgc 60€
contact Jackie/nerja 672170429
info at nerja household centre dot com 


Wanted- Looking to buy vinyl records: I’m looking to buy vinyl records. I’m interested in Rock, indie, Punk, Soul, Jazz, disco, jazz, soundtracks, prog 60’s-00’s. Sorry I’m not interested in easy listening, country and Western, opera big band etc. I’m based in Frigilana but will travel to see the right collection.
Contact Mark on 637580051 or (WhatsApp) 00447582902899


News & Articles

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The Andalusian Covid incidence rate remains 80 points above the national average: {Translation} Updated: 15/06/2021, 14:52
-Andalusia has 1,267 new cases of coronavirus infection on Tuesday, down from the 1,315 cases recorded the previous day, although 106 cases more than those recorded on Tuesday of last week. The community has 18 deaths caused by Covid-19.
-These records halt the downward trend in incidence that seemed to mark the beginning of the week to remain stagnant in the plateau phase of this fourth wave of the pandemic. Thus, the incidence rates remain at the same values as the previous day, just a few tenths down to stand at 184.2 points in terms of cumulative incidence at 14 days. This is still 80 points above the national average and in the high alert range.
-Incidence falls especially in the provinces with the highest incidence. Huelva is down 18 points (272) and Jaén 12 (215). It is up today in Almeria, which marks the minimum with 69 cases; Seville and, especially in Cordoba with 17 points more than the day before, which places this province as the second with the second highest impact of the virus at this time with a rate at 14 days of 225 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants.
-The increase in the number of Covid patients in Andalusian hospitals is limited this Tuesday to 8 more admissions, to total 711 bedridden, the lowest increase on Tuesday since the fall of the third wave in March. There is a clear downward trend in the pressure of care by Covid. However, the admission of 15 more patients to the ICU breaks the downward trend in critical care pressure observed on the previous day. In total, 156 Andalusians are currently being treated in intensive care units for coronavirus. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-tasa-incidencia-covid-andaluza-mantiene-80-puntos-encima-media-nacional-202106151347_noticia.html 


High infection rate prevents Andalusia from reducing measures and postpones de-escalation to July: {Translation} Updated: 15/06/2021, 20:50
-The committee of experts advising the Andalusian government on the evolution of the pandemic recommended on Tuesday to stop the de-escalation in terms of restrictions on opening hours and capacity for another two weeks in view of the stagnation of the epidemiological situation in the community, which already has the highest Covid incidence rates in Spain.
-After the meeting, the Junta de Andalucía announced that it will extend the measures, adding only two changes with respect to its last resolution of 1 June, in which it also extended the restrictions approved after the end of the state of alarm in May. Thus, it is allowed to extend opening hours for establishments selling and serving ice cream until 1.00 am. These establishments will not be allowed to serve or sell alcoholic beverages after midnight.
-A specific risk assessment will also be introduced in those municipalities with more than 5,000 inhabitants with an incidence of more than 1,000 cases / per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days. It is necessary to make such an assessment in those cases of municipalities with a clear downward trend at the time of their assessment by the Territorial Committee.
-The committee has met on this occasion without the presence of the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, who at the same time was holding a round of consultations with the parliamentary spokespersons in San Telmo in preparation for his interview with Pedro Sánchez in the Moncloa on Thursday.
-Once the meeting was over, the Minister for Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, who chaired the forum, insisted on sending a message of caution to the Andalusian population “because the virus is still with us”. “In Andalusia we are carrying out a very high rate of vaccination, which is increasing, but despite this we cannot lower our guard,” he stressed.
-Andalusia is already the region with the highest cumulative incidence rates in Spain. The 14-day rate stands at 184.2 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, 80 points above the national figure. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-alta-tasa-contagios-impide-andalucia-rebajar-medidas-y-pospone-desescalada-julio-202106152033_noticia.html


Covid-19 vaccination drive in Spain- 45% of population has had at least one dose: A total of 31.6% of people in the 40-49 age group in Spain have received at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. Of Spain’s 17 regions – which are in charge of the vaccination drive – only Madrid, the Basque Country and Castilla y León have immunized fewer than 20% of this demographic. Since the inoculation campaign began last December, Spain has administered more than 33 million doses, and 45.3% of the entire population – 21.4 million people – have received at least one shot. Full article: https://english.elpais.com/society/2021-06-15/covid-19-vaccination-drive-in-spain-45-have-had-at-least-one-dose.html 


Electricity bills soar 45% in the first fortnight of June, with almost 28 euros more: {Translation} Updated: 15June, 2021, 11:58
-According to Facua, the year-on-year increase over the last fortnight represents an increase of 45.4% for the average user compared to June 2020, when the monthly bill stood at 60.58 euros. The average user’s bill last May was 82.13 euros.
-The average user used by Facua in its analysis has a contracted power of 4.4 kilowatts (kW) and a consumption of 366 kilowatt hours (kWh) per month.
-As for the percentages of consumption in the three time slots of the new billing system, the association has taken as a reference the current profile of the average user without time zone discrimination published by the National Securities Market Commission (CNMC), who consumes 45% of electricity during off-peak hours, 29% during peak hours and 26% during flat hours.
-The average price per kilowatt hour (kWh) from 1 to 15 June was 13.62 cents in off-peak hours (including taxes), 18.19 cents in peak hours and 30.35 cents in peak hours.
-In June 2020, the average price without hourly discrimination was 11.31 cents, and a year earlier, in June 2019, it was 13.78 cents. As for the average last May, it was 17.20 cents.
-According to Facua’s data, if the average user’s consumption in each time slot is weighted, the average price per kWh for the first fifteen days of June amounts to 19.65 cents, 73.7% higher than the 11.31 cents in June 2020. The price is close to the historical peak of the second week of January 2021 (from the 8th to the 14th), when it reached 20.64 cents.
-Regardless of the daily peaks that have been reached at certain times, the highest monthly price in history was during the entire first quarter of 2012, when the kWh stood at 20.85 cents.
*Solutions to the “brutal increases”*
-In a statement, the association calls on the government to find solutions to “the brutal tariff increases” that continue to be applied by electricity companies and a change in the new system of billing by hourly time slots in force since 1 June, “which in itself represents an increase in the price of energy consumed for a very high percentage of consumers and is particularly detrimental to the most disadvantaged economies”.
-It also considers that the average drop of 14.2% in the price of the fixed term of the bill is “absolutely insufficient, especially considering that during the governments of Mariano Rajoy it increased by 103%” and regrets that the fourth vice president and minister for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, Teresa Ribera, “has not publicly stated that the CNMC should modify the schedules, with the advancement of the ‘valley’ period to 22.00 hours from Monday to Friday” that Facua demands.
-This body has already pointed out that it is too early to do so after two ministers from Unidas Podemos asked for it, although the government has the power to act on the regulated part of the bill that it controls, the charges.
-However, Facua values “positively” the proposed cut of 1,000 million euros per year in overpayments to electricity companies for the non-emission of CO2 in hydro and nuclear power plants.
-In addition, the association demands “a far-reaching reform” of the social bonus so that many more families can benefit from it and a reduction in the Value Added Tax (VAT) on the bills of domestic consumers, who pay more than 27% in indirect taxes as they are charged the general VAT of 21%, plus the special tax on electricity. Source, Spanish: https://www.eldiario.es/economia/recibo-luz-dispara-45-primera-quincena-junio-28-euros_1_8039171.html


Andalusia will only relax the use of face masks outdoors in the countryside and on the beach: {Translation, first paragraph}
Updated: 15/06/2021, 18:04
-The Andalusian government will not relax the use of face masks except for very specific circumstances in the open air. The Minister of Health, Jesús Aguirre, has explained that his criteria is that it will only cease to be obligatory on the beach, “when we are in our family circle” and on walks in the countryside, also maintaining distances. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-andalucia-solo-relajara-mascarillas-aire-libre-campo-y-playa-202106151726_noticia.html


Uber is expanding its services to the whole of the Costa del Sol of Malaga: {Translation, summary}
-Uber, the car hire with driver company, also known as VTC, is expanding its presence in the province of Malaga. As the company announced on Tuesday, its vehicles now cover a full 200 kilometres along the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga and Cadiz. In this way, any user can now request journeys from Nerja to La Línea de la Concepción, as part of the company’s expansion plan and its commitment to the region.
-The number of VTCs in Malaga has not yet reached its peak and there are already 2,070 licences in existence.
-In the new coverage area, which will reach important tourist locations such as the caves of Nerja, Burriana beach, the old town of Marbella, Bioparc Fuengirola or the golf courses of Sotogrande, the portfolio of services that Uber already offers for the rest of Malaga will be available: UberX, the platform’s most popular service; Uber Van, for group transfers; and Uber Comfort and Uber Black, which offer premium services with high-end vehicles.
-To book rides through Uber, users simply download the app, create an account and add their payment method. To start their journey, they enter their destination and indicate the pick-up point. The app displays the total amount of the trip and the user can make the payment via the app, immediately receiving a receipt for the trip in their email and an invoice that can be downloaded from the website.
After displaying the price, the app sets the minutes remaining for the vehicle to arrive at the pick-up point, as well as all the driver’s information, the photo and the vehicle’s model and registration number. To communicate with the driver, the user can use the in-app chat or make a phone call completely anonymously. During the trip, the passenger can share his or her location and estimated time of arrival with family or friends. At the end of the trip, both users and drivers can rate each other, which is very useful information to ensure the quality of the service. Source, Spanish: https://www.malagahoy.es/malaga/Uber-amplia-servicios-Costa-Sol-Malaga_0_1583543227.html


Malaga’s beach ban during the night of San Juan: Malaga city’s beaches will be out of bounds during the night of San Juan, where large groups traditionally gather around bonfires to celebrate the festival. The beaches will be closed from 10pm on 23 June to 8am on 24 June. Full article: http://www.surinenglish.com/local/202106/15/covid-malaga-beach-during-20210615125150.html


Mijas Water Park Reopens Its Facilities: The Las Cañadas de Mijas Water Park reopens its doors with improvements and security measures. The Water Park will be open until September from 10.30 to 20.30. Full article: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2021/06/15/mijas-water-park-reopens-its-facilities/


UEFA EURO 2020: Runs from 11 June to 11 July 2021, with 11 host cities staging the 51 fixtures. Here are the results from Tuesday. Source: https://www.espn.com/soccer/fixtures?league=uefa.euro 


Pusser’s Rum metal mug recalled due to possible contamination: Gibraltar Office of Fair Trading has issued a recall notice for Pusser’s Rum mugs with blue rims given away on the Rock with purchases of bottles of the spirit.
The reason for the recall is stated as ‘Migration of Cobalt’ and it known that prolonged exposure to that element can cause an asthma-like allergy which can even in the worst-case attack internal organs. Full article: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2021/06/15/pussers-rum-metal-mug-recalled-due-to-possible-contamination/ 


Apple Issues Urgent Patches for 2 Zero-Day Flaws Exploited in the Wild: The latest update, iOS 12.5.4, comes with fixes for serious security bugs. Apple has patched a total of 12 zero-days affecting iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS since the start of the year.
Users of Apple devices are recommended to update to the latest versions to mitigate the risk associated with the vulnerabilities. Full article: https://thehackernews.com/2021/06/apple-issues-urgent-patches-for-2-zero.html


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Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
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