Christmas is coming and there is already a consensual plan between the Government and the autonomous communities. There will be a ‘curfew’ on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve at 1.30 am, movements between territories and, finally, meetings of ten people on the designated days will be allowed. The limit to the meetings has been flying over the debate in recent days: there have been several proposals and even Health started from the initial idea of six. The general rule of thumb is to restrict interactions, but it is assumed that there will be family and friend encounters. And although the recommendation is that they be outdoors, many will take place inside homes. What happens if a person who accompanies you at Christmas dinner is infected with COVID? How long would it take until it infected other diners?
Curfew at 1:30, meetings of 10 people and perimeter closure: the communities ratify the Health proposal for Christmas