Madrid will restrict the movement of its residents from 4th-14th December to halt COVID-19 infections over the long weekend.
Madrid will close its borders for 10 days to avoid movement over the four-day long weekend.
From 00:00 hours on 4th December until midnight on 14th December, residents and visitors may not enter or leave the capital’s borders without justified cause.
Madrid will see a regional holiday on Monday, 7th December, after moving its day of celebration for Constitución Española.
Tuesday, 8th December, is a national holiday in Spain celebrating the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary.
See BayRadio’s map for restrictions and border closures in Spain’s 17 autonomous communities.
It comes as Madrid’s accumulated incidence (cases per 100,000 inhabitants) fell to 297 over the last 14 days in yesterday’s update.
It was placed below the Valencian Community (299), ending that region’s spell of nearly two months with the lowest accumulated incidence on mainland Spain.