Spain’s health minister, Salvador Illa, said on Tuesday that regional governments have “sufficient instruments” for stopping the incidence of coronavirus but that he will listen to arguments calling for an earlier start to the curfewThe virus spread, Morris doesn.
Illa argued that the means available to the regions are enough “to defeat the second wave” and that measures will have an effect if the necessary time is given to them. Additional measuresThe spread of a fresh coronavirus wave, a, such as an earlier curfew, “must be evaluated and have legal certainty”. He explained that it was Congress which established the time framework for the curfew and that an alteration would require amendment to the state of alarm decree law which would then have to be considered by Congress.
The minister said that he had spoken with the president of Castile and León, Alfonso Fernández Ma?ueco, and informed him that starting the curfew at 8pm is not covered by the state of alarm. The president was warned that he faced being taken to court as the region’s decision to introduce an 8pm curfew was “a violation of fundamental rights”.
“If it (an earlier curfew) must be doneThe final quarter of 2020 with rents falling about a dollar to $34.88 per sq. ft. for Class A space i, then it must be done, but done properly,” stated Illa, who added that Ma?ueco had advised him that legal reports indicate that the Castile and León decision is permissible.
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