The Superior Court of Justice of the Valencian Community has once again approved that 68 municipalities of the Valencian Community have a curfew between 1 and 6 in the morning as well as a limitation of social gatherings of up to 10 people. The High Court has authorised the Council’s request to extend these restrictions from 17th August to 6th September, which will coincide with going back to school.
As far as the Marina Alta is concerned, six towns continue under this restriction, but some change. Xàbia/Jávea is added to this list, due to the botellones and whose exclusion in the first curfew was very controversial. And Pedreguer is also added, where the incidence had increased the most in recent times. In addition, Dénia, Calpe, Pego and Teulada continue with the restriction, but Ondara and Gata are removed, the two municipalities with the lowest incidence of the virus in the region among the largest populations.
The municipalities with curfews throughout the Community are:
In the province of Alicante: L’Alfàs del Pi, Alicante, Almoradí, Altea, Aspe, Benidorm, Calpe, Campello, Cocentaina, Dénia, Dolores, Finestrat, La Nucia, Monforte del Cid, Monóvar, Mutxamel, Novelda, Onil, Pedreguer, Pego, Santa Pola, San Vicente del Raspeig, Sax, Teulada, Villajoyosa, Villena and Xàbia/Jávea.
In the province of Castellón: Alcala de Xivert, Alcora, Benicarló, Benicasim, Castellón de la Plana, Oropesa del Mar, Peñíscola, Segorbe and Vall d’Uixó.
In the province of Valencia: Alboraya, Alcúdia de Crespins, Alfafar, Alginet, Almussafes, Benaguasil, Benetússer, Benigánim, Buñol, Canals, Cheste, Gandía, Godella, Guadassuar, L’Eliana, L’Olleria, Manises, Massanassa, Mislata, Montserrat, Picassent, Rafelbuñol, Requena, Riba-of Túria, Sagunto, Sueca, Torrent, Turís, València, Vilamarxant, Villanueva de Castellón and Xirivella.