A total of 41 basic health zones and 14 localities will be perimeter closed as of Monday, with the extension of restrictions to 23 new basic health areas and 9 more localities with a cumulative incidence of more than 400 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Some more than 1.2 million people from Madrid, 18.3% of the population, and 25% of the cases of infections by Covid-19 in the region are concentrated in them.
Specifically, restricts entry and exit of the same, except for justified reasons. As a general rule, large commercial centers in basic affected areas are excluded from the limitations.
Starting at 00.00 hours on Monday, January 11 mobility limitations will come into effect for a period of 14 days in the following basic health areas of Madrid capital: Barajas and Alameda de Osuna, so the Barajas district is completely perimeter; Benita de Ávila and Silvano in the Hortaleza district; Mirasierra and Las Tablas in the Fuencarral-El Pardo district; Jazmín in the Ciudad Lineal district; Montesa, General Oráa and Baviera in the Salamanca district, and Alpes y Rejas in the San Blas-Canillejas district.
To these are added new areas of municipalities such as Alcobendas (Miraflores and Valdelafuentes) and San Sebastián de los Reyes (Rosa de Luxemburg), which already had the rest of their restricted areas, so they will be completely closed on the perimeter, so that residents can move inside of their localities, but they will not be able to enter and leave without just cause.
Regarding other localities, the basic zones are added from France, Cuzco, Panaderas and Castilla la Nueva (Fuenlabrada); Presentation Sabio, Dos de Mayo and El Soto (Móstoles); and Rivas La Paz (Rivas-Vaciamadrid).
Nine locations in localized foci
The restrictions also extend to nine locations that do not coincide with a basic area, as the transmission sources are more localized: Arroyomolinos, Talamanca del Jarama, Valdeolmos-Alapardo, Collado Mediano, Becerril de la Sierra, Cadalso de los Vidrios, Campo Real, Titulcia and Velilla de San Antonio.
In addition, the mobility restrictions for seven more days -until 00.00 hours on Monday, January 18- in the basic health areas of Felipe II and Mayor Bartolomé González, in Móstoles; and Getafe Norte, in Getafe.
In Madrid capital, mobility limitations are extended in the basic health areas of Andrés Mellado (Chamberí); Sanchinarro (Hortaleza); Aravaca (Moncloa-Aravaca); and General Moscardó (Tetuán).
In addition, the limitations remain in force for 14 days that began on January 4 (until Monday, January 18), in the basic health areas of Las Olivas and Aranjuez (Aranjuez); San Fernando and Los Alperchines (San Fernando de Henares); Virgen del Cortijo (district of Hortaleza, in the capital Madrid); and Torrelodones, which affects the municipalities of Torrelodones and Hoyo de Manzanares.
Likewise, entry and exit restrictions are maintained between Monday, January 4 and Monday, January 18 in the perimeter of five specific locations that do not coincide with that of a basic area, as the transmission sources are more localized: Ciempozuelos, Navalcarnero, Algete, Mejorada del Campo and Villarejo de Salvanés.