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Is Easter in Cádiz in danger?

Is Easter in Cádiz in danger?

Is Easter in Cádiz in danger?

The day when the veto to the processions will be lifted is a mystery. The moment when the authorities consider that the appropriate circ...
Comments Sunday, May 10, 2020
Is Easter in Cádiz in danger?


The day when the veto to the processions will be lifted is a mystery. The moment when the authorities consider that the appropriate circumstances exist to be able to see a step in the street again is completely undefined today. It is not known if it will be in the summer, when some say that the virus will not be able to spread; when the start of the course arrives and schools, institutes and faculties reopen; or if we will have to wait until 2021. And in the midst of this great doubt, the latest report prepared by the Spanish Army has fallen like a jug of cold water, endangering not only the processions that remain to be held this year, or even that possible extraordinary to which the Vatican opened the door, but leaves Easter 2021 in the air.

The report prepared by the Headquarters of the Information Systems, Telecommunications and Technical Assistance (JCISAT) of the Spanish Army that was known this Friday comes to say that there will still be two other outbreaks of the Covid-19 virus and establishes that “the greatest danger in the future will be the crowds ”. A consideration that foreseeably comes into direct contact with the processional outlets; because if there is something around a procession and a processional step it is a concentration of people, which is also usually large. And if the greatest danger is in the crowds, the processions may be considered a "danger" in the future. As centuries ago it was considered a danger to go with the mask on.

That report also says that "it will take between a year and a year and a half to return to normal." And considering that the report is from the beginning of this month, it would not be until May or November 2021 when that normality recovered and, therefore, until the crowds were not allowed; and, with them, the processions.

The doubt now lies in the course of this report by the Spanish Army and the influence it may have on the decisions that the national, regional and local governments must continue to make in the coming months.

The processional departure calendar remains blank this 2020, while the uncertainty regarding when the first will arrive continues to grow. And it already reaches Easter in 2021.

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