The Interterritorial Council has approved the Christmas plan: meetings of a maximum of ten people will be allowed and the curfew will be extended until 1.30 in the morning on key days: December 24, 25 and 31 and January 1.
The Government has approved the draft that will allow meetings of two family nuclei with the vote against the Community of Madrid, which opposes the closure of the autonomies between December 23 and January 6.
The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, has been pleased that the proposal presented by his team has been approved with the support of the majority of autonomies. He reminds those who voted against that the measures are “mandatory compliance “ and that, therefore, they must abide by the same rules as the rest of the autonomies.
The agreement is a minimum common denominator on which the autonomies will be able to modify and make the decisions they consider appropriate, according to the epidemiological data they handle. “Within their territories there may be additional mobility measures”, defended Minister Illa after the meeting, which asked citizens “restrict mobility as much as possible “.
The minister has insisted on a message: that the important thing on Christmas days is that everyone “let’s stay at home“And he emphasized avoiding crowds and limiting movements to strictly necessary cases.