On May 9, the state of alarm in Spain ends, and land trips to the Costa Blanca are again possible.
The 14-day incidence in the Valencia region continues to have the lowest incidence per 100,000 people nationwide at 35.8 (as of June 2, 2021). As of Tuesday, June 8, 2021, new easing will therefore come into force. From then on:
- The night curfew, currently from 1 a.m. to 6 a.m., will be abolished.
- The contact restrictions, currently a maximum of ten people at private meetings, will be abolished.
- Pubs, discos and nightclubs are allowed to reopen. However, only until a maximum of 2 a.m. and the dance floor may not be used for dancing. Inside 50 percent utilization, on the terrace 100 percent.
- Catering establishments must still close by 1 a.m. at the latest.
The new Corona requirements apply until June 30, 2021. When the new regulations were announced, Valencia’s Prime Minister Ximo Puig said: “We are now in a transition phase towards economic, social and emotional recovery. But we have to remain cautious ”.
The primary goal is currently to avoid large crowds. That is why the popular San Juan celebrations on June 24th on the beaches will not be able to take place in their usual form. At private meetings in particular, he relies on citizens to act responsibly: "Even if the contact restrictions have been lifted, we must all please remember to wear masks, ensure adequate ventilation and keep our distance," said Puig.