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Tenerife goes back to alert level 2 until March 7th at least

The Ministry of Health agreed on Sunday, February 21, after analysing the evolution of the indicators to raise the island of Tenerife to alert level 2 and lower Gran Canaria to this same level, while El Hierro and Fuerteventura go to level 1.  The islands of Lanzarote and La Graciosa remain unchanged, which continue at level ...Full Article

Adeje brings together a local SMART-ECO working group

The meeting was called to outline the primary conclusions of the Adeje council and to develop and launch a series of questionnaires for local businesses and ...Full Article

Adeje continue their campaign to upgrade public lighting

At the moment they are working in the El Madroñal zone Adeje council’s department of municipal services, under councillor Esther Rivero Vargas, continues to bring significant ...Full Article

Coronavirus figures for Canaries: February 16th update

The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands today registered 126 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19.  The total accumulated cases in the Canary ...Full Article

Adeje council is offering free technology training for companies through the European SMART-ECO project

Businesses can apply from now until March 15th Up to 40 Adeje based businesses can take advantage of an offer of free specialised training in innovation ...Full Article

Huge tourism boost as Canary Islands launches its own airline

A group of hotel entrepreneurs from Tenerife together with One Airways have made a reality of the creation of a new airline with fully Canarian capital ...Full Article

Canaries working on safe corridor for Italian market from March

Turismo de Canarias and the largest Italian tour operator, Alpitour, are working on resuming operations from the second quarter of the year. The intention of both the ...Full Article

Port projects at Playa San Juan and Garachico

The public entity Puertos Canarios, chaired by the Minister of Public Works, Transport and Housing of the Government of the Canary Islands, Sebastián Franquis, has awarded ...Full Article

Canary Islands plan to immunise 1.3 million people by summer

The Ministry of Health has designed an operational plan to vaccinate 1,348,856 people over 16 years of age until summer, if the supply of vaccines is ...Full Article

Coronavirus: January 26th figures and Lanzarote hospital update

The Ministry of Health of the Government of the Canary Islands registered 253 new cases of coronavirus COVID-19 as at January 26th.  The total accumulated cases ...Full Article
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