Posted: Friday October 30 2020 11:45 AM
Police operation in Madrid after the entry into force of the closure of the perimeter from midnight until 00:00 on November 3, by the bridge of Todos los Santos.
The government delegation in Madrid reported the deployment of a total of 3,350 members of the National Police and Civil Guard: 2,500 National Police officers and 850 Civil Guard officers.
As President Díaz Ayuso recalled, on these dates there are a million movements in the region and around six million throughout the national territory.
Added to this is the number of local police in the municipalities of the Community of Madrid, which announced on Friday that it was extending the restrictions to three other base areas.
Yes you can go to cemeteries
Entry and exit restrictions in these areas, except for just cause, will come into effect on Monday, November 2. The Community of Madrid extends the restrictions to the areas of Valle de la Oliva in Majadahonda, and to Doctor Tamames and Barrio del Puerto, in Coslada. These three basic health zones will remain limited in movement for two weeks, until Sunday, November 15 inclusive.
The restrictions in the 32 agglomerations already announced last week remain in effect until Sunday, November 8. According to the regional government, the base zones strategy has since September 21 reduced the cumulative incidents in these zones between 14% and 68%.
However, before the feast of All Saints, he will be allowed to visit the cemeteries of the Community of Madrid even if they are located in restricted areas, as is the case of La Almudena. “Let us remember that from a basic health zone with restrictions, one can only go to a cemetery in the event of burial (just cause)”, they specify.