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Valencia orders the total closure of the hotel by coronavirus

Bay Radio News | January 19, 2021 close
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The Government of Valencia have said today (Tuesday) the total closure of the hospitality sector to stop the third wave of coronavirus in the community. This tightens the restrictions imposed to date throughout the Valencian region with the total closure of bars, cafes and restaurants until the epidemiological situation improves. More […]

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Fernando Simón says that Spain “could already be reaching...

Bay Radio News | January 19, 2021 close
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Spain could be “reaching the peak” of contagion in this third wave of coronavirus that hits our country, according to Fernando Simón. The third wave of coronavirus in Spain could be approaching “its peak” after this Monday, when we reached the highest figure recorded in the weekend with 84,287 infected, […]

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Tougher restrictions if Covid-19 continues to spread

Bay Radio News | January 18, 2021 close
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VALENCIA president Ximo Puig will introduce tougher restrictions ‘if necessary’ to control the third wave of coronavirus in the region. He said hospitals under stress with seven of 10 beds already occupied and new ‘field hospitals’ opening to relieve pressure but warned it was to be ‘a difficult month’ and […]

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Spain suffers the worst number of infections since the beginning...

Bay Radio News | January 18, 2021 close
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Coronavirus infections are soaring across Spain with more than 57,000 new cases in the last two days, the worst weekend since the pandemic began in March. The third wave of coronavirus hits Spain hard, leaving some of the worst data since the beginning of the pandemic. The country has added […]

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Christmas holiday triggered Spain’s rising Covid-19 cases

Bay Radio News | January 18, 2021 close
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THE upward curve of the coronavirus pandemic in Spain is linked to a short period of transmission over the Christmas holiday period, according health chiefs in Madrid. New infections on Thursday reached 35,878, the second highest since the health crisis began – only topped by the record set a day […]

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Early closing is ‘death sentence’

Bay Radio News | January 12, 2021 close
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THE hospitality sector is ‘drowning’ because of the Valencia government’s covid-19 restrictions that force cafes, bars and restaurants to close at 5pm, say businessmen. Industry associations across the province of Alicante are threatening to take legal action against regional president Ximo Puig unless he announces a rescue plan or lifts […]

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The Valencian Government will tighten restrictions to force a ...

Bay Radio News | January 11, 2021 close
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The dramatic increase this week in contagions, the hospitalizations and deaths caused by the coronavirus in the Valencian Community has set off all the alarms. Between Monday and Saturday, the Ministry of Health has reported 20,548 new positive cases of Covid-19 and 213 deaths. In the same period, the number […]

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Restriction guides and measures against coronavirus by regions ...

Bay Radio News | January 8, 2021 close
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Since the 25th October, Spain has returned to a state of alarm to deal with the coronavirus pandemic in Spain, although differently from the previous one implemented by the Government between March and June. In addition to the measures it allows, each region can establish its own measures, ranging from phase […]

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Baby beats Covid in 70-day ICU stay

Bay Radio News | January 8, 2021 close
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LITTLE baby Petru was discharged from intensive care after beating Covid-19 after 70 days in a Valencia hospital. Admitted to the unit at the Vithas Hospital on October 9, the baby was released yesterday (Thursday) ‘completely recovered’ from coronavirus.Born just nine days before being taken seriously ill to the paediatric […]

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Spain set to receive Moderna vaccine

Bay Radio News | January 7, 2021 close
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THE second vaccine approved by the European Union is on its way with 600,000 doses of Moderna heading to Spain to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The EU has 160 million shots on order, and they will be distributed amongst the 27 member states as they are produced. Said to be […]

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Health chief rules out new lockdown

Bay Radio News | January 7, 2021 close
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MINISTER of Health Salvador Illa said today (Thursday) that the Spanishgovernment would not order a new nationwide lockdown despite rising Covid-19 infections. He said the regional governments already had a ‘sufficient range of measures’ to combat the pandemic – including closing their own borders or even sealing off individual areas […]

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Illicit rave proved monster attraction

Bay Radio News | January 4, 2021 close
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RAVERS travelled from Spain and the UK to join an illegal warehouse party planned to stretch five days into the New Year, French police said. More than 2,500 partygoers arrived in Lieuron, near Rennes, in Brittany, in defiance of Covid-19 restrictions which launched on New Year’s Eve and was to […]