DigameXtra No. 2178 – WEEKEND EDITION – Sat., Feb. 5th, 2022

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Live music with Charlotte: At Restaurante Sevillano- Nerja, Sunday 6/2 at 8 pm. Calle Los Huertos, Nerja.  FB Page 


Laura Killeney, Afternoon Gig at Bar Atila: Saturday 5th February, 2pm
Contact Frank at Bar Atila to reserve a table & pre-order meals
atilabarpuente@gmail.com ; 630 393 290 (WhatsApp). Puente don Manuel 


Torre del Mar opens the provincial petanque season with the II Club Cup 2022: {Translation} This is scheduled to be held this Sunday, February 6. The test is organized by the ‘El Cenachero’ Petanque Club and will include the participation of 16 teams, which from 9:30 in the morning will compete for different prizes. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiahoy.es/articulo/deportes/torre-mar-abre-temporada-petanca-provincial-ii-copa-clubes-2022/20220204134031046340.html & VIDEOLINK


Concerts in the Caves- The “Festival de Música de la Cueva del Tesoro” in Rincón de la Victoria: {Translation} Gospel, lyric, Sephardic music and copla will be the themes from the 12th to the 27th of February. This unmissable date with culture and music in an incomparable setting resumes in February with four exclusive concerts where there will only be room for 80 spectators. With the Gospel Choir “Verso Libre” (Saturday 12th), Marina Rojas (Saturday 19th February), Daniel Martínez (Saturday 26th February) and Tamara Jerez (Sunday 27th February), tickets priced at 5 euros. Tickets can be purchased from today 5Feb at the Cueva del Tesoro box office during opening hours.
For more information, telephone 95 240 61 62. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiaplus.es/el-festival-de-musica-de-la-cueva-del-tesoro-regresa-con-un-cartel-de-lujo-para-este-mes-de-febrero/ 


Free Concert: Jazz singer and drummer Ana Cisneros visits Fuengirola for free concert at the Casa Cultura on Friday February 18 from 8pm.
At her Fuengirola show, the quartet will perform a carefully chosen repertoire of standards with original arrangements by different composers and interpreters of both jazz and Brazilian music.
Entry to the concert is free until all available space is occupied, and by then, masks may no longer be mandatory although the final decision will rest with the Council and the venue. Source: https://www.euroweeklynews.com/2022/02/04/jazz-singer-and-drummer-ana-cisneros-visits-fuengirola-for-free-concert/


Torrox is preparing to celebrate its Carnivals: {Translation}
The municipality of Torrox will have several dates with its carnivals. On 28 February, the inaugauration act will take place. In March, the parades will take place, on the 12th in the historic centre of Torrox and on the 19th on the promenade of El Morche. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiaplus.es/el-municipio-de-torrox-se-prepara-para-celebrar-sus-carnavales/  &  VIDEOLINK

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Car Clean Malaga:
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At Car Clean Malaga we strive to achieve the highest level of finish on our customers cars possible. We are able to correct defective paintwork, faded headlights, scratches, stone chips and make interiors clean & fresh. We have invested thousands of euros in the best tools available to carry out these jobs as speedily as possible, ensuring you get the most efficient and cost effective results carried out for you!
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MS Bespoke Joinery: With many years experience in the Joinery trade, I am able to offer a professional and personalised service to meet your individual requirements.
Wardrobes– if you are looking to maximise your wardrobe space, or modernise your existing Spanish wardrobes, then sliding doors is an ideal solution.
All wardrobes are fitted from floor to ceiling, with doors that slide effortlessly and silently, with soft-close mechanism.
Home Office– if you are working from home, it is important to make your space as comfortable and practical as possible, allowing you to maximise your productivity.
Murphy Beds– if space is at a premium, a wall bed is a really smart way to create a very flexible room – one that converts from a comfortable bedroom, to a work or play area, in less than a minute.
Beds can be installed with cabinets, in a large selection of designs, sizes and finishes.
Kitchens – From ultra-modern, glossy, handle-less cabinets to traditional Shaker style.
A comprehensive range of fully-fitted kitchen cabinets available to suit all budgets, offering style and practicality.
All kitchen-related trades catered for, to ensure a smooth transition from conception to completion.
For more information and a no-obligation quote,
contact Mick, Torrox, at: CoExGal@aol.com
or by phone at +44 7575 597060 or +34 696161951
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MOONETTE – Organic Skincare for Mature Skin
We are a Torrox-based company specialising in the creation of formulae which help prevent premature skin ageing. We are committed to making effective products at affordable prices.
Your skin health matters to us. How you feed your skin is as important as how you feed your body. Why settle for anything less than natural and organic?
As our skin is the first layer of our defence against microbial infections, ultraviolet radiation and environmental contamination it plays a vital role in our health. As we grow older, however, our skin becomes thinner, wrinkled, and more sensitive; hence it requires the use of treatments containing specific ingredients to the care of treating mature skin.
Recognising this need we have created a range of formulae which help
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At Moonette, we are passionate about health, beauty and plants. Your skin will benefit from the properties of botanic essential oils combined with a selection of nutrients for deep hydration, cell revitalization and antioxidant effect, all sourced from the finest natural ingredients with gorgeous fragrances.
Naturally, we care about our planet and feel the need to help reduce the sheer volumes of plastics waste that are generated daily around the globe. Presently, we are minimizing the usage of plastic materials in our production while seeking alternative forms of packaging. To help reduce pollution we are asking all local customers to recycle or reuse their Moonette skincare containers, and offering a small discount on future purchases to customers recycling containers.
Free small testers are available on request. Please contact us to find out more or to order:
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For Sale: Bike, good condition, made of aluminium. Brand Coppi.
55€. Collect in Chilches. Brigitte / Chilches Costa
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For Sale: Super Mini PC by Nipogi, DoctorLaptop Customized, Just One Left!
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Processor: Intel Celeron J4125, 2.0GHz base, 2.7GHz boost
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News & Articles

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Covid Andalucía- All Indicators Trending Lower:
{Translation} 04/02/2022 16:25
-This Friday the community recorded 5,136 positive results for Covid-19. This is some 300 fewer than yesterday and, furthermore, 3,000 fewer than on the same day last week.
-This sustained drop in the number of cases of coronavirus has meant that the incidence has also fallen sharply. Thus, this Friday it stands at 807 cases per hundred thousand inhabitants at two weeks, almost 50 points less in one day. There is also a drop in this value at one week, which suggests that the curve will continue to decline in the coming days.
-In hospitalised patients, there has been a drop and, in addition, Andalusia has broken through the threshold of 2,000 admitted by Covid. The community has this Friday 1,985 patients by coronavirus, 107 less than yesterday and 345 less than at the peak of this wave, which occurred on 25 January, with 2,330 hospitalised.
-The number of ICU patients has also fallen again, which confirms that the wave is slowing down. This Friday there are 229, seven less than yesterday. In addition, the community has now had three consecutive days with decreases in this area.
-And there has also been a drop in the number of reported deaths this Friday. There are 20, less than half of those reported on Thursday (52) and less than on the same day last week (28). However, it is still too early to confirm that this variable is also in decline and we will have to wait for the next few days to see how it evolves. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/sevi-andalucia-baja-todos-perimetros-covid-dias-quitar-mascarilla-exteriores-202202041300_noticia.html 


Covid Malaga- Drop in healthcare pressure with 40 fewer hospitalized with Covid in Malaga: {Translation} 4Feb22 14:02
-The pandemic seems to be taking a break. This Friday there is a sharp drop in the pressure on hospitals, more people are being cured than newly infected and the rate of infection has been falling for the past two weeks. However, five more deaths have been reported with the virus.
-The most significant figure in the report provided by the Consejería de Salud y Familias is the number of hospitalised patients. This Friday there are 383. 40 less than the previous day, when there were 423. Of those who are hospitalised, 39 remain in Intensive Care due to their seriousness.
-The downside of the report is that there are five more deaths of people infected with the virus. But that means that of the 40 who are no longer in hospital, the vast majority are because they have been discharged. Since March 2020, 12,556 Covid-infected patients have required hospitalisation, including 1,107 in an ICU. With regard to deaths, after the latest notifications, the total since the start of the pandemic in the province of Malaga is 2,192.
-Another number to be optimistic about is the number of people cured of the disease, which is once again higher than the number infected. There are 1,492 compared to 920 new positives. This is a good ratio because it means that more people have overcome the disease than have contracted it. The cumulative number of discharges in these almost two years of epidemiological crisis is 202,050 at the provincial level.
-And another encouraging fact: the rate continues to fall. It has been falling for two weeks. On Thursday it was 701.7 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and now stands at 668.2 at provincial level. The same trend is registered in Andalusia – from 850.4 to 807.3 – and in the city of Malaga – where it has fallen from 742.5 to 710.1. Source, Spanish:


Spain set to lift the mandatory use of masks outdoors order next week:
The Minister of Health, Carolina Darias, has confirmed government ministers will meet on Tuesday to approve the Royal Decree that will eliminate the coronavirus control measure on the streets, possibly as soon as Wednesday. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/spain/spain-lift-mandatory-20220204094702-nt.html


OCU considers it unscientific to maintain the mandatory use of face masks outdoors: {Translation} 3Feb22 9am
-The Organisation of Consumers and Users (OCU) is calling on the Ministry of Health to end the compulsory wearing of masks outdoors except in those circumstances in which it is not possible to maintain a safe distance in interactions with other people, as has always been recommended by the WHO.
-For OCU, the measure approved in the Congress of Deputies is ineffective for the prevention of the coronavirus and causes enormous fatigue among citizens after two years of pandemic and 6 waves of contagions that have served to accumulate enough evidence about the effectiveness of the various protective measures that were lacking in March 2020. OCU recalls, in this regard, that the mandatory and continuous use of masks outdoors has never been part of the recommendations of the WHO or other agencies and scientific societies. OCU also recalls that it does not exist in other countries with contagion figures even higher than those currently recorded in Spain.
-OCU also considers it necessary to evaluate the cost-benefit of many of the restrictive measures that have been taken during the different waves of the virus. Citizens do not understand the continuity of many of them in view of the null effects in some cases or the unequal application of the same in different autonomous regions and countries.
-In addition to eliminating the compulsory use of masks outdoors, OCU asks the Ministry of Health to address a specific and precise timetable for the withdrawal of restrictive measures in schools, nursing homes and health centres so that the most vulnerable people (children, the elderly, the sick) can return to normality as soon as possible and not see their psychological development and mental health, which in many cases has been seriously affected by the pandemic and its effects, damaged in this way.
-Finally, OCU calls on the Ministry of Health and the Autonomous Communities to address the normalisation of the accompaniment of hospitalised people and those at the end of life, as well as mobility and visiting arrangements in homes for the elderly, which are still substantially restricted and which have serious effects on both patients and their families. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiahoy.es/articulo/salud/ocu-considera-poco-cientifico-mantener-uso-obligatorio-mascarilla-exteriores/20220203082049046293.html


Countdown Begins! – The Board sets a date for “normality” after considering the peak of the sixth wave has been overcome: {Translation} 04/02/2022, 10:28
-The Regional Minister for Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, stated this Friday “clearly and forcefully that there is a downward trend” in the sixth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, both in the accumulated incidence of cases per 100,000 inhabitants and in hospital pressure, where the number of hospital admissions has already fallen below 2,000. He is confident that once the “peak” of this wave has been passed, in “15 or 20 days” the pandemic situation can enter a phase of “normality”.
-Speaking to Canal Sur TV, reported by Europa Press, Aguirre stressed that today she can say “clearly and forcefully that there is a downward trend”, not only in the accumulated incidence, which has been on a downward trend for three and a half weeks and which this Friday stands at 807 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, but also in terms of hospital pressure, which is now below 2,000 hospitalised, standing at 1,985, of which 229 are in ICU, a figure which is also falling.
-“We hope that the drop in this sixth wave will be rapid, just as the rise was rapid, and that in a few days’ time we will have a certain degree of calm,” said the minister, who wanted to make it clear, in any case, that in no way “can we relax the measures” of security. “We are in a clear fall, we have overcome the peak of the wave, but the virus continues to live with us, there are still deaths, admissions and many contagions, so we must take every precaution,” Aguirre insisted.
-The minister added that the hope is to reach “the low level of accumulated incidence in 15 or 20 days and to enter a phase of normality that will last over time”.
-As for the presence of the stealth subgroup in this wave of the omicron variant, he pointed out that very few cases have been detected in Andalusia with “a certain ease”, with a “focus” in Granada, and noted that although it seems more contagious, it is less virulent, so its presence does not generate greater concern. Source, Spanish: https://andaluciainformacion.es/andalucia/1026750/la-junta-pone-fecha-a-la-normalidad-tras-considerar-superado-el-pico-de-la-sexta-ola/


Sevilla Farmer Protest: {Translation} Half a thousand tractors and more than 4,000 farmers have participated in the massive tractor raid called by the agricultural organizations Asaja Sevilla, UPA, COAG, and Cooperativas Agro-alimentarias, which has cut off the AP-4 motorway, at the height of the Sevillian town of El Cuervo, to make visible once again his weariness and the authentic reality of the Andalusian countryside: “we can’t do it anymore”. “What else has to happen in Spain for the Government to realize that they have ruined us?”, the attendees lamented.
-Although there have been some moments of tension with the presence of the Civil Guard and some protesters who wanted to bypass the security cordon, finally the cut, which has lasted three hours, has been carried out as planned. “We have been stopped by the pandemic, but we need to make it visible, in unity of action as we have been doing for months, if they do not want to listen to us, we will continue, we need something to be done,” insisted Ricardo Serra, president of Asaja Sevilla. A “call for help”, as he has described it, to insist that “the field is fed up with political leaders telling lies and that, if something is not done, and Minister Planas does not attend to our claims, the entire sector will will go to waste.”
-In addition, it has detailed all of this occurs in a context in which the prices in origin “have fallen or are at a standstill”, and the production costs have gone up exponentially. Therefore, the farmers, locals are calling for action to bring its laws and the cost of labor to the reality of the field, an effective application of the law of the chain, and that upholds the dignity of agriculture.
-This is not the only mobilization of the field that has been held in recent weeks in Andalusia. A few days ago, there was an agrarian strike in Jaén in which practically the vast majority of cooperatives and companies in the province participated. Photo: Asaja Seville. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/agronoma/noticias/agricultura/campo-sevillano-llamada-auxilio/ 


Mystery of why this cruise ship has been anchored off the Costa del Sol for more than a month is solved: The Seabourn Encore cruise ship, which has been anchored in Malaga bay since 27 December, is waiting to start its season and will set sail for Lisbon on 19 February. It has been a source of interest from sunbathers and people strolling on the coast’s beaches for several weeks as it has not budged from it’s position. But SUR can reveal that the cruise ship, owned by the Carnival group, will sail to Lisbon first before embarking on a 10-day cruise of the Canary Islands. https://www.surinenglish.com/malaga/malaga-city/seabourn-encore-sail-20220204112331-nt.html 


City council bans overnight parking next to the Martín Carpena sports arena in Malaga after complaints: A councillor said the area was overrun with motorhomes and the situation was “unsustainable” because the space was designed for barely 100 and there are already more than 300, in addition to tents and other vehicles.
-From next week it will be illegal to park any type of vehicle next to the Martín Carpena sports arena in Malaga between midnight and 9am each day of the week. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/malaga/malaga-city/malaga-city-council-20220204154008-nt.html 

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

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

UK Coronavirus:

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.

A Spanish gov’t site in English with travel docs & requirements info: 


Churches & Worship

New Life Church: Whether you live in Nerja or are visiting our area, we would be delighted to welcome you to New Life Church. Our meetings are characterised by uplifting songs, relevant sermons and a modern but reverent service.
During this time of uncertainty, God’s word reminds us that the Gospel shines brightest in times of darkness. We are a Bible based Church community continuing to help people find their way to God through Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
Jesus said, “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life“
-Sunday Service 11.00am
-Prayer Meetings Wednesdays 11.00am
Pasaje San Miguel, Nerja
Directions: Click Here https://goo.gl/maps/KvNCimhrsYdH298r9
Email: info@nlcnerja.com
Website: https://www.nlcnerja.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nlcnerja


El Puente Christian Fellowship – Sunday Service
El Puente Christian Fellowship is a loving, multi-national, Bible believing community of Christ, who meet each Sunday at 11 am to worship The Lord. We enjoy a time of worship with contemporary songs and traditional hymns, and a message brought to us by one of the Elders or a visiting speaker.
The church meeting hall is situated underneath Maroma Inmobiliaria Puente Don Manuel, Cruce de Periana – 29713.
Full directions and further information can be found on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/El-Puente-Christian-Fellowship-105285888299225/or please contact us by email on elpuentechristianfellowship@gmail.com. For those who cannot join us in person, we aim to stream Sunday services via the Facebook page (subject to a good internet connection!). 


St George’s Church Málaga: We are part of the Church of England in Spain covering the area from Torremolinos in the west to the outskirts of Nerja in the east and to the northern edge of Malaga province. 
We have three worship centres, in Velez-Málaga, Málaga city and Salinas. Everyone is welcome to our Sunday services in English, and you can also contact us to enquire about baptisms, marriage blessings, funerals, and house blessings. 
Father Louis, our Chaplain, is available for counsel and support, regardless of anyone’s beliefs or background. We aspire to be a welcoming and inclusive community, open to all people seeking faith and friendship. 
If you can’t get to church, we live-stream our Sunday services on Facebook, and also gather on Zoom for an informal service on Wednesday mornings. 
Sign up for our newsletter by emailing Father Louis at malagachaplain@gmail.com to receive login details, and news of other future events. We look forward to welcoming you and being of service.
Website: www.stgeorgemalaga.org & Facebook 


The Anglican Chaplaincy of Nerja & Almunecar:
The Anglican Chaplaincy of Nerja & Almunecar holds a midday (12 noon) Eucharist service at San Miguel church in Nerja every Sunday. San Miguel is to be found in Plaza Andalucia. https://goo.gl/maps/nCMt8XqAQvuyZiaE8
Iglesia de San Miguel (St Michael’s Church) is within easy walking distance of Nerja Bus Station. Free parking on the streets is available close to Plaza Andalucia or off street in the Dustbowl car park.
A midweek Eucharist service is held by Zoom each Wednesday at 9.30 am and a simple service of Compline also takes place by Zoom on Thursdays at 6pm.
Residents and visitors are welcome at our services.
For more information and to register for the link to the Zoom services please refer to our website. https://www.nerjaalmunecaranglicanchurch.co.uk/ & FB link


Lux Mundi, Torre del Mar Church Services: 
-Catholic Mass in English at Lux Mundi, Torre del Mar. Every Saturday at 17.00. Tel: 952 543 334.
-St Barnabas IERE (Anglican) Torre del Mar, Morning prayer 1st Sunday, Holy Communion 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 11am. Tel: 657286284
Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Torre del Mar, Avda. Moscatel 1”I”, (Jardines Viña Malága/Antigua Casa de la Viña), Torre del Mar, 29740. Tel: 952 543 334 


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Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
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Friday: Almunecar, Salobrena, La Herradura- Summers only
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Torre del Mar: 952 549 238

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