In line with the decision announced last Saturday by the President of the Central Government, Pedro Sánchez, to remove the hourly restrictions in those towns that have less than ten thousand inhabitants, the Cartagena City Council has decided to request that these limitations be removed in eleven councils, in the coastal towns of the Mar Menor, in Cabo de Palos and in Miranda, Santa Ana and the Santa Ana industrial estate, while they would remain in La Manga because their population increases considerably in the summer season.
So, Alums, Marfagones Mills, Narrow Well, El Algar, La Aljorra, Perín, El Albujón, La Puebla-La Aparecida, Isla Plana-La Azohía, El Llano, La Palma, Los Urrutias, Los Nietos, Punta Brava, El Carmolí, Islas Minors, Mar de Cristal, Los Belones, Playa Honda, Playa Paraíso, Cabo de Palos, Miranda, Santa Ana and the Polígono de Santa Ana could take to the streets without hourly obligations, as it was agreed to request by the Cartagena City Council in Junta from Spokespersons.
The restrictions would remain in La Manga due to the increase in population that this area experiences during the summer season. In addition, as La Manga belongs to two different municipalities and also because the part of San Javier already maintained its time slot it has been decided to unify the same criteria for the entire population of La Manga.
This disappearance of the time slots is waiting for the announcement by President Sánchez, who assured that it would take place this week, will materialize in an order in the BOE.
In any case, if the municipality of Cartagena finally enters next Monday in phase 2 of the de-escalation, the elimination of the schedules would apply throughout the municipality.