Bizkaia, Álava and Gipuzkoa, November 18, 2021

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Coronavirus stoplight

ANE SANTESTEBAN | EITB MEDIA

The Basque Government changes the way of presenting the colored traffic light to classify municipalities based on severity. Thus, as of today the municipalities with a rate higher than 150 correspond to the red zone.

(NOTE: The coronavirus semaphore will be updated, from now on, on Mondays and Thursdays, with the publication of the Health Department bulletin)

The Department of Health of the Basque Government has modified the way to show the colored traffic light, which serves to classify municipalities in gravity function of the incidence of covid-19 in the BAC. Thus, from now on municipalities with a rate higher than 150 are considered red, regardless of their population.

In this context, the city councils of 119 municipalities Basque Autonomous Community must assess whether to suspend or delay those activities in which preventive health measures cannot be maintained; 12 in Álava, 41 in Bizkaia and 66 in Gipuzkoa.

Álava becomes orange territory132 cases per 100,000 inhabitants). The localities in red, for their part, are 12: Asparrena, Barrundia, Bernedo, Campezo, Elburgo,
Elciego, Kuartango, Lapuebla de Labarca, Salvatierra, Samaniego, Urkabustaiz and Zuia.

Four locations are located in the orange zone, among them, the capital, Vitoria-Gasteiz; three in yellow and 32 in green.

Bizkaia has passed into the red zone with 151 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. In this same area are 41 municipalities: Abadiño, Alonsotegi,
Amorebieta-Etxano, Amoroto, Arantzazu, Arrieta, Artea, Atxondo, Barrika, Basauri, Bedia, Berango, Bermeo, Berriatua, Berriz, Durango, Elorrio, Ermua, Etxebarri, Forua, Gamiz-Fika, Gatika, Gautegiz Arteaga, Gernika-Lumo , Iurreta, Izurtza, Larrabetzu, Lekeitio, Lemoa, Loiu, Mallabia, Markina-Xemein, Mendata, Mendexa, Mungia, Ondarroa, Portugalete, Sondika, Sukarrieta, Valle de Trápaga, Zalla and Zeberio.

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Bilbao and 15 more locations are in the orange zone, 10 in yellow and all the others in green.

Gipuzkoa is the territory most punished (with 396 cases per 100,000 inhabitants), and has moved to the Red zone. 66 locations are in the red zone: Aia, Aizarnazabal, Alegia, Albiztur, Amezketa, Andoain, Anoeta, Antzuola, Aretxabaleta, Arrasate / Mondragón, Asteasu, Astigarraga, Ataun, Azkoitia, Azpeitia, Beasain, Beizama, Belauntza, Berastegi, Bergara, Eibar, Elduain, Elgeta, Elgo Errenteria, Errezil, Eskoriatza, Ezkio-Itsaso, Gaztelu, Getaria, Hernani, Hernialde, Hondarribia, Ibarra, Ikaztegieta, Irun, Irura, Lasarte-Oria, Lazkao, Legazpi, Legorreta, Lezo, Lizartza, Mendaro, Mutiloa, Mutriku, Olaberria, Oñati, Ordizia, Orio, Ormaiztegi, Pasaia, Saint Sebastian, Segura, Soraluze-Placencia de las Armas, Tolosa, Urnieta, Urretxu, Usurbil, Villabona, Zaldibia, Zarautz, Zegama, Zerain, Zestoa, Zizurkil and Zumarraga.

Only three municipalities are in orange, one in yellow and 18 in green.

The covid-19 traffic light is an adaptation of the color map approved by the European Union (EU) and which includes the cumulative incidence rate in the last 14 days.

Follow the recommendationss in the face of the coronavirus from the health authorities. If you live in the CAV and have symptoms, call your usual health center. The Health Council will also attend to people on the phone 900 20 30 50, offering information and solving doubts about the coronavirus. If you live in Navarra, call the Health Council phone number: 948 290 290. Remember that the most effective way to prevent the spread of covid-19 is to use a mask, ventilate the spaces, keep a safe distance and wash your hands.
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