Three quarters of the Spanish population is under some form of restriction, in an effort to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
In total 2401 municipalities have some form of restriction in place.
Yesterday afternoon, the Valencian regional President – Ximo Puig – confirmed that restrictions in place across the region will be extended for a further week, meaning the internal border remains closed until the 13th November.
The Canary Islands authorities have also released details surrounding their new protective measures. In the latest guidance, all visitors to the islands over the age of six must complete a recognized Covid-19 test a maximum of 72 hours before they arrive on the archipelago. Hotels and accommodation in the islands will deny entry to anyone who is not able to provide the relevant information ahead of checking in.
Meanwhile Aragon and Castilla y León has announced further restrictions in the region, with all non-essential services set to close at 8pm every night.