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.