Following the improvement in health in the region, the courts ruled that keeping Barcelona under curfew was no longer necessary.
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Supreme Court of Catalonia (TSJC) On Thursday 19 August it was decided to lift the curfew order in Barcelona (Spain) and other municipalities. IFounded last month The curfew ends Thursday evening, with the Catalan government trying to control the new wave of Govt-19.
The judges ruled that the curfew order could not be extended “Not very justified for health reasons for safety or public order reasons”. It was therefore decided to maintain it in only 19 municipalities instead of the 148 required by the regional administration. However, private meetings of more than 10 people are prohibited. “Across Catalonia”, The court notes.
The The operation was re-established in mid-July To deal with the fifth wave of Kodovit-19, which was particularly severe in the Catalan region. This was revealed by the outbreak of cases of teenagers and young adults under the age of 30 in June, especially during the year-end school and university holidays, when wearing a mask was not practical.
But like other parts of Spain, Catalonia has seen a sharp drop in the number of new cases in recent weeks, with 328 cases per 100,000 population falling below the national average on Wednesday in 14 days. 378, according to the Spanish Ministry of Health.
This court decision is the result of an improvement in the health status of Catalonia, especially in Barcelona, as the number of cases in the Catalan metropolitan area has dropped to 261 cases per 100,000 population in the past two weeks. From the Department of Health of the Generalite, the Catalan Regional Government.
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