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Information about safe zone - 2 replies

Raj1720 Posted by Raj1720 in Coronavirus discussion in Fuertuventura: Covid-19 news and updates on Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:19pm

I wann to know that how many cases dectect in caleta de fuste (covid 19)?? Is this safe zone for living.??

supermarkets. - 3 replies

chunky chica Posted by chunky chica in Coronavirus discussion in Fuertuventura: Covid-19 news and updates on Mon Mar 23, 2020 10:31am

just been to rosario for the chenmist and whilst there i went to lidl. they are open and fully stocked,albeit with the army as crowd control which was just starting.

what surprised me was that ideal and electron were also open!

Accommodation - 1 replies

Jevo711 Posted by Jevo711 in General El Matorral discussion on Sat Mar 21, 2020 8:40pm

Hi, my flight out has been delayed till Thursday 2nd of April, the accommodation that I have expires on the 29th of this month. Does anyone know if I can get accommodation for 4 nights only. I am traveling on my own.

Any help will greatly be appreciated.

Kindest regards

John.

Home Owner - 2 replies

Gaynor Forster Posted by Gaynor Forster in Coronavirus discussion in Castillo Caleta de Fuste: Covid-19 news and updates on Thu Mar 19, 2020 1:50pm

Hi

I live in the Uk but bought a house last year in Caleta, I am wondering if I am able to fly out to my house, I know every where is on lockdown in caleta but would still like to know if I would be able to go into my house.

On holiday lockdown!! - 6 replies

AlisonM Posted by AlisonM in Holidays in Fuertuventura on Wed Mar 18, 2020 4:58pm

Hi - I am here in Puerto Rosario on holiday with my hubby & friend as of 14th March. We are frequent visitors and this trip was part of our plan to look for a property to buy for retirement. Obviously things haven’t gone to plan from day 1 really !! At this point I am wondering if we will get our flights back on 29th ( they may get cancelled altogether). In that situation does anyone know of a possible rental opportunity for us ? Perhaps a holiday rental owner with guests not arriving ? We are all in the big unknown of course but just wondering if this may be an option. Thank you all for reading.

All Hotel Guests Leaving Island by Tuesday - 0 replies

Cyberion Posted by Cyberion in Coronavirus discussion in Fuertuventura: Covid-19 news and updates on Wed Mar 18, 2020 12:09pm

I have heard that ALL Hotels on the Island will be closed by Tuesday. UK Air Carriers RyanAir, Jet2, Thompson, TUI and EasyJet will be repatriating UK visitors by end of day on Monday.

Not sure how much of this is true as I have collated various messages from Airlines, Hotels and others sources.

I guess that would then make the Island one of the safest places to live until all the Pandemic passes.

As of today there have been 8,227 Deaths world-wide linked to the Coronavirus. In the UK alone each year over 8,000 people die from the Flu. We should therefore put things a little in perspective and not panic.

Just stay safe, follow advised medical advice and WASH THOSE HANDS.

Flights on the 29th of March. - 0 replies

Jevo711 Posted by Jevo711 in Flights, baggage and airports in Puerto Del Rosario on Wed Mar 18, 2020 11:26am

First of all thank you for letting me join the group.

There are 3 of us flying back to the UK on the 29th of this month to Liverpool. We are a bit concerned that flights may be cancelled. If this happens does anyone know if we would be able to rent somewhere temporarily?

Regards

John (Jevo)

CORONA VIRUS - 12 replies

chunky chica Posted by chunky chica in Coronavirus discussion in Fuertuventura: Covid-19 news and updates on Sun Mar 15, 2020 10:09am

DOES THIS APPLY TO THE CANARIES, I THOUGHT IT WAS ONLY MAINLAND SPAIN?

Spain declares a national lockdown - 0 replies

Posted by Alex in Announcements on Sat Mar 14, 2020 9:37pm

Spain has declared a national lockdown.

You can read the full declaration here (in Spanish): 

https://www.boe.es/diario_boe/txt.php?id=BOE-A-2020-3692

And also:

https://www.lamoncloa.gob.es/consejodeministros/resumenes/Paginas/2020/14032020_alarma.aspx

Here are the details from the Guardian in English:

"The Spanish government has formally declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus, placing the country in lockdown and ordering people to stay at home for the next two weeks unless they have to buy food or medicine or go to work or hospital.

The prime minister confirmed that people would be required to stay home from Monday morning and that all non-essential shops would close, along with bars, restaurants, cafes and cinemas.

Supermarkets, small food shops, pharmacies, petrols stations and pet supply shops are among those businesses that will remain open.

He said: “During the state of emergency, people will only be allowed out on to public streets for the following reasons: to buy food, basic or pharmaceutical items; to attend medical centres; to go to and from work; to look after children, older people or those with disabilities or who are especially vulnerable, and to attend financial or insurance offices on force majeure grounds.”

Speaking after a seven-hour cabinet meeting on Saturday evening, the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, said “extraordinary decisions” needed to be taken as Spain grappled with a “health, social and economic crisis”.

Sánchez said the central government would direct the response and that all the local, national and regional police forces would come under the command of the interior ministry. He also said that the army was standing by and ready to help with the emergency response.

Sánchez acknowledged that the measures needed to tackle the coronavirus would have a “big economic impact” but said the government was committed to mitigating its effects."

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2020/mar/14/coronavirus-live-updates-uk-us-australia-italy-europe-school-shutdown-sport-events-cancelled-latest-update-news?page=with:block-5e6d45f48f085e564ad843b0#block-5e6d45f48f085e564ad843b0

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certificate for habitation - 0 replies

Jane99 Posted by Jane99 in General property discussion in Corralejo on Fri Mar 13, 2020 9:01am

Can I find out when certificate for habitation takes place from the town hall? Thank you.

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