Level 1 prevents the regularisation of the frequency of public transport in the county.

Municipalities such as Líjar have been affected by the reduction in frequencies.

The announcement of the Public Health Alerts Committee this week, which means that the province of Almeria remains on Level 1 health alert, prevents the frequency of public transport in the Almanzora region from being regularised.

The Delegate of Public Works, Eloísa Cabrera, assured the president of the Association of Municipalities, Antonio Ramón Salas, that the frequency of days and timetables would return to normal once we are at Level 0 in terms of health.

The announcement by the representative of the Junta de Andalucia to the request of the president of the supra-municipal body, was after the meeting where Salas conveyed the request of several mayors of the region, who told the regional assembly of the inconvenience that many residents of the area are having to travel between towns or to travel to the capital to carry out formalities, study or visit the doctor.

Villages such as Líjar have gone from having five weekly frequencies to two, with the corresponding detriment to its inhabitants, according to Mayor Sergio Sánchez.

For the moment, if the situation continues, we will have to keep waiting.

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