The Canary Islands Government has withdrawn the curfew from tonight
The spokesman for the Government of the Canary Islands, Julio Pérez, announced, after an emergency meeting of the Governing Council this afternoon (Monday), that after vthe refusal of the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands (TSJC) to agree to a curfew and the perimeter closure of the islands, the Government has decided to lift the curfew from tonight Monday.
Perez said: “You can go out on the street at any time, although the limitations and closing hours of hospitality businesses and shops are maintained, as are the limits on the number of people allowed to gather in both public and private spaces, you can’t drink in the streets, parks are closed, everything else remains as approved.”
The Government has appealed to citizens to comply with the rules to continue curbing the pandemic. "Tonight you can go out on the street, but on the street there will probably be nothing to do," said Pérez, “It is now more important than ever for us all to act responsibly so that we can return to normal.”
The Government maintains its intention to appeal the decision of the TSJC before the Supreme Court. The idea is to present the appeal this Wednesday or Thursday. Once presented, the Supreme Court has five days to respond to it.