As we have commented throughout several of the previous articles, Covid-19 is making us live an unprecedented situation, in which many of our actions or daily activities seem to have remained as something of the past. Social distancing, the use of a mask, and mobility restrictions are just some of the measures applied to try to reduce the number of new infections and avoid the collapse of hospitals and health centers.
Although these measures are not to anyone's liking and we would all like to return to life as it was before the virus, from Barcelona Student Housing, we want to remind you that it is very important to know the current regulations at all times and respect them so that the situation is more favorable. Now more than ever with the start of vaccination, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel and therefore we all have to make one last effort to win the battle against the virus.
One of the measures applied and in force that has caused the most controversy is "the curfew."
The curfew is nothing more than the obligation to be at home and without going out on public roads after a certain hour. As the autonomous communities have a certain autonomy to apply and adjust the measures, it is important to mention that, as you well know, in Catalonia the curfew comes into force every night, from 10:00 p.m. to 06:00 a.m.
This means that from that time on, mobility should be suspended, unless it is a justified reason or force majeure. The authorities have elaborated a series of situations and reasons why, and exceptionally, trips between said time slot are allowed. If you want to know more about these regulations, we recommend that you enter the following link, where you will find all the information about it, from official sources. In line with the latter, we want to emphasize the importance of always staying informed, since regulations and restrictions may vary relatively frequently, and always consult official sources, so that you always have the correct information at your disposal.