Current situation regarding the coronavirus on the Costa Blanca

In the province of Valencia, the risk of infection is currently classified as "medium". Overall, the situation is relaxed. There is no longer a curfew and covid requirements have been virtually abolished as of the regional holiday on 9 October 2021.

Currently, Valencia has a 14-day incidence of 58 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (as of 4 November). In Denia, the incidence is 42 as of 3 November 2021.

Because of the continued low incidence of coronavirus, the Robert Koch Institute does not classify Spain as a high-risk area. The average 7-day incidence throughout Spain is 25.

In general, it is recommended that masks continue to be worn outdoors, especially in urban areas, except on beaches and in natural areas.

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