Cantabria brings forward the curfew on New Year’s Eve from 1.30 am initially set at 12.30 am, and reduces the maximum number of diners both at dinner and at New Year’s lunch from 10 to six people. This was announced on Monday by the president of Cantabria, Miguel Ángel Revilla, and the Minister of Health, Miguel Rodríguez, to continue, as they have indicated, with the line adopted by the neighboring communities. “The behavior has been exemplary on Christmas Eve”, has recognized the leader of the regional Executive, but defends that it is better “to prevent so as not to spoil”.
For the rest, the measures applied for these Christmas festivities will remain the same and there will continue to be freedom of movement until January 6 to visit relatives and friends. Likewise, the extended curfew on New Year’s Eve, since the curfew on the rest of the days is kept at 10 p.m., has the same motivation as on Christmas Eve: only to return to one’s home after dinner, since the hotel business stays at 9.30 pm.
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