The hoteliers study legal ways to avoid the closure in Tenerife and affirm that “it does not make sense”

The President of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife Restoration and Leisure Association (AERO), Ramón Fariña, has affirmed this Thursday that judicial means are being studied to avoid the closure of activity inside bars, restaurants and entertainment venues once the Government of the Canary Islands has decreed that the island of Tenerife rises to the level 3 epidemiological alert.

“We didn’t expect it, we don’t understand the measure, it doesn’t make sense”, has commented to Europa Press, given that the hospitality industry currently “does not have any focus in origin” and a sector is penalized when the state of alarm and the curfew have already fallen and social gatherings are allowed.

Fariña has commented that the measure, which will take effect this Saturday and will last until July 7, “is a slowdown” to the economic recovery and gives an external image of Tenerife “not very favorable” at the gates of the summer tourist campaign.

Thus, he has commented that they hope to meet with the Canary Islands Government so that it “desists” of this decision and maintains the capacity of the interiors to 50 percent of capacity, since the new measurement “is not fair”.

It has also questioned the work of the traces because “they have not given exact information” of the infections and the leisure and restaurant venues can be inspected, and although it has assumed that the island has a “social problem” with the pandemic, it has rejected the projection of the image that citizens be “all day with a batucada.”

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By islands, Tenerife today adds 157 cases with a total of 27,087 accumulated cases and 1,868 epidemiologically active; Gran Canaria has 23,235 accumulated, 39 more than the previous day and 353 assets. For its part, Lanzarote adds a new case, with 5,717 accumulated and 78 active; Fuerteventura has 2,530 accumulated cases, with 16 more than the previous day, and 107 active. La Palma, does not add new cases so it has 573 accumulated and one asset; El Hierro, without new cases, has 372 accumulated and remains without active cases, while La Gomera, also without new positives, has 247 accumulated and seven active.

06 24 2021 15:44

The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands today notifies 213 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19. The total accumulated cases in the Canary Islands is 59,762 with 2,414 active, of which 25 are admitted to the ICU and 196 remain hospitalized. In the last hours, no deaths from COVID-19 have been reported in the Canary Islands.

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06 24 2021 12:33

The Canary Islands have registered 184 new cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, so that the total accumulated cases in the islands now rises to 59,549 with 2,238 active, of which 23 are admitted to the ICU and 197 remain hospitalized, according to data from the Ministry of Health of the Canary Islands Government.

Also, in the last hours There has been the death of a 62-year-old woman in Gran Canaria who remained hospitalized and suffered from previous pathologies. The total number of deaths on the islands since the beginning of the pandemic amounts to 784, of which 435 have been in Tenerife; 275 in Gran Canaria; 49 in Lanzarote; 13 in Fuerteventura; 7 on La Palma; 4 in El Hierro, and 1 in La Gomera.

06 24 2021 12:17

The cases in people under 45 years of age in Tenerife triple those of Gran Canaria. Read more

06 23 2021 18:30

Tenerife goes to level 3 alert for coronavirus, announced today the Minister of Health Blas Trujillo. The rest of the islands, unchanged. Read more

06 23 2021 16:57

The new regulations approved at the national level on masks establish that they can be removed outdoors as long as there is distance. Read more

06 23 2021 16:06

The deceased in Gran Canaira was 62 years old, remained hospitalized and suffered from previous pathologies.

06 23 2021 16:05

The Islands register 166 new cases of covid and one death in Gran Canaria. Read more

06 23 2021 15:10

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06 23 2021 15:09

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