The Covid does not give up and the management of the pandemic is having devastating effects for the hospitality industry, crushed like no other by the restrictions and confinements. The solvency of many businesses is threatened and resisting now becomes a feat for many, although in some regions more than in others. It is not the same to do it in Madrid, where the regional government has relaxed the measures on the sector, than in Barcelona, where restrictions have been tougher.
In one year this activity, which contributes more than 6% to GDP, has lost 237,000 jobs, almost 20% of employment, as reflected in the Social Security affiliation data. The sector is in free fall,