COVID briefs: Spanish hospitality braces | AHLA: Lending program ‘complete failure’

Spain’s hospitality sector faces grim future  The hospitality, commerce and hotel sectors in Spain’s Andalucía all foresee a grim future following tighter restrictions that started on November 22. It has been estimated that one in three businesses could close if the new restrictions are introduced, with even an extension to the 6 p.m. closing times deemed to be just as damaging. The new restrictions decreed by the Junta de Andalucía for the entire region have now been in force for almost two weeks. They included the curfew that begins at 10 p.m., the closure of all non-essential activities after 6…
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