Limit of six people at Spanish Christmas gatherings
The Spanish government is planning to limit Christmas and New Year gatherings to six people and to set a 1am to 6am curfew for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, according to a leaked document seen by several Spanish newspapers.
“With respect to family gatherings, we recommend they be limited to members of the same household. Should there be an external guest who does not usually live with the family, gatherings should include a maximum of six people and preventative measures must be followed,” says the draft.
Spain, which has been under a state of emergency since late October, is hoping to have what the government calls “a very substantial part” of the population vaccinated against the coronavirus by the end of March 2021, and will set up 13,000 vaccination points to facilitate the process.
It emerged on Monday