See all restrictions by Autonomous Communities
With the end of the state of alarm, at midnight from Saturday to Sunday, the communities will be responsible for imposing restrictions on their territories. There are three measures in force so far that restrict fundamental rights and that, to continue to be applied in any autonomy, must be endorsed by justice: limits on social gatherings, curfew and closures of communities, provinces or municipalities. Some regional governments have already announced that these restrictions will cease to be in force when the state of alarm subsides on May 9, while others have asked the respective Superior Courts of Justice (TSJ) to maintain one or more of these measures. On the map you can see what situation each autonomous community is in, in the absence of the endorsement by the justice.
No community will maintain the closure of its entire territory.
The only one that has requested it has been the Basque Country and the courts have not accepted it.
What seven governments have asked (Andalusia, Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Galicia, La Rioja, Madrid and Murcia) is to be able to impose them in municipalities or areas of high risk.
Most have eliminated the curfew, except for four regions: the Canary Islands, Navarra and Valencia Balearic Islands.
In these last two, justice has already given the go-ahead;
the other two are pending the opinion.
In two others (Galicia and La Rioja) it will be imposed in locations with very high risk.
For the moment, the High Courts of Justice of the Balearic Islands, Madrid and the Valencian Community have been the only ones that have given the green light to the limitations raised by the autonomous governments.
The rest are waiting.
With information from
Eva Saiz, Guillermo Vega, Bernat Coll, Elisa Tasca, Lucía Bohórquez, Lucía Tolosa, Isabel Valdés, Juan Navarro, Sonia Vizoso, Cristina Vázquez, Pedro Gorospe, Nacho Catalán