Hundreds of warnings have been introduced to establishment owners across the region just hours after they were reopened.
In Malaga, authorities have confirmed they have issued a staggering 296 warnings including some fines to bar and restaurant owners for breach of social orders.
These include breaking the 2 metre rule and for allowing customers to drink and socialize in ‘out of bounds areas’ reports suggest.
Establishments across the region opened at 7am yesterday in what were hopes to be a return to normality for what is a largely social area of Spain with thousands of bars, restaurants and party-goers.
However, just 24 hours later by 7am today, fines had been issued aswell as hundreds of warnings with 115 members of the public across Malaga province being warned or fined for breaches in social rules related to the stem of the coronavirus pandemic.
Authorities across the region have also had state-of-the-art technology adapted to in towns such as Marbella and Fuengirola in a hope to create social awareness and safety for citizens.