Calp City Council has agreed to defer the payment of certain taxes and fees and to provide a refund or compensation in the event of services that could not be provided.
In the case of market and flea market fees, the voluntary payment of the first quarter ended yesterday, March 31st, and this period will now be extended to April 28th, when the alert is over. The income for the weeks in which the stands could not be set up will be returned or compensated with the second quarter.
Here you can read the information about Calp that appeared in the media on April 1.
Coronavirus in Calp: City Council will allow work to continue during the summer to mitigate the effects of the alert on the construction industry
Calp will allow work to be carried out during the summer to help the construction industry damaged by the alarm
Flags at half-mast at Calp in memory of the victims who died of coronavirus¡
In August, Calp City Council will make exceptions to the Acoustic Conditions Ordinance, which prohibits all types of urbanization and construction works for residential construction, in order to mitigate the effects of the alarm condition and paralysis of the works on the industry.
At present, the decree prohibits all types of urbanisation, construction or engineering works on urban land for residential purposes between 1 and 31 August.
Here you can read the information about Calp that was published in the media on 31 March:
A man is run over by a truck in Calp and dies
The Mayor of Calp assures all children: "The Tooth Fairy continues to distribute her gifts“.
A man is run over by a truck on the AP-7 in Calp and dies.
Calp takes the final step in saving the last pristine parcel of land on its shores
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The city council has installed the Carina chatbot on its website www.calp.es: an intelligent virtual assistant that answers basic questions about the coronavirus outbreak (infection, symptoms, prevention, etc.).
This virtual assistant was developed by the company 1MillionBot, which made it available free of charge to interested public administrations. The Carina Chatbot is able to answer more than 88% of the questions, and every day it increases its ability to answer even the most complex questions.
Here you can read the information about Calp collected by the media on 28, 29 and 30 March:
The UME (Army Technical Assistance Service) carries out disinfection in the province's geriatrics, health centres and markets.
Up to 71 fines for breach of quarantine
Calp shows 64 people for quarantine violation
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The City Council today established the protocol for access to assistance to meet basic needs. It is an aid to cover specific basic expenses, i.e. food, hygiene and pharmaceutical needs caused by the exceptional situation of the alarm caused by COVID-19.
A very flexible mechanism will be set up for access to this aid, and the request will be made ex officio or at the request of the applicant. It will be made by telephone 965837223 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and can be requested from next week.
The Calp local police have issued a report on the failure to comply with the restrictions imposed by the decree declaring a state of alert, which includes the reports filed between 15 and 25 March.
The police reported 64 people for offences related to restrictions on the free movement of persons and 3 people for offences related to containment measures in the area of commercial activity, cultural facilities, leisure facilities and activities, hotel and restaurant activity, i.e. for failure to comply with the closure of facilities.