The Andalusian Regional Government will decide “in time and form at the meetings on the 10th” on measures to open up the Sierra Nevada, but it insists that the Government bring together the six autonomous communities with ski resorts so that they all take them “as homogeneously as possible”.
This was announced on Monday in Seville by the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, who stressed that this request for a common plan in Spain was made to the Secretary of State for Health, Silvia Calzón, in order to “maintain territorial cohesion in decision-making”.
Aguirre reported that they had drawn up a study with Cetursa, the public company in charge of managing the Sierra Nevada ski resort, on what measures they could take in view of an opening, but “that will have to be decided on the 10th”, the next day that committee of experts meets.
“If after the 10th the mobility restrictions are lifted, we could consider optimum health and hygiene conditions and with a restricted pass or capacity at the station, the most appropriate measures could be taken”, said Aguirre, who insisted that on that day they would study the epidemiological and health care situation in the region so that “the technical groups of Public Health and Epidemiology could take the most appropriate measures”. “What we politicians will have to do is simply speed up what they tell us,” he stressed.