The different local police in the Community of Madrid have imposed since last September 21, when the mobility and activity restrictions for basic health areas (ZBS) came into force, a total of 19,577 complaints, about 275 a day, for failing to comply with the measures to prevent coronavirus infections. Regional government sources indicate that the main cause of sanction, with 30.79% of the fines, is not wearing a mask (6,027), with Móstoles (558) leading, followed by Parla (541), Majadahonda (472) , Las Rozas (460) and Getafe (332).
The second reason, with 21.73% of the cases, is the violation of the rule that prohibits driving on public roads, except in justified cases, from 00 to 6 hours, with 4,254 fines; and the towns in the region with the most complaints for this assumption are Leganés (500); Las Rozas (411); Boadilla del Monte (364); Getafe (333) and Torrejón de Ardoz (240). On the other hand, 3,676 (18.78%) of the sanction proposals have been as a result of holding meetings with the presence of more than six people. Parla (331); Getafe (375); Alcobendas (206); Leganés (163), and Las Rozas (160) are the Madrid municipalities with the most cases of this type.
For alcohol consumption on public roads, 2,233 fines have been proposed, representing 11.41% of the total, with Las Rozas, with 314 complaints, in the lead, followed by Móstoles (227); Majadahonda (193); Getafe (155), and Boadilla del Monte (121).
Only 3.09% of the sanction proposals (604) have been for establishments, for failing to comply with the specific measures marked to avoid contagion by Covid-19. Of these 604 complaints, more than half (310) have been for skip the time limit opening; 153 for exceeding the maximum allowed interior capacity; 105 for not adjusting to the terrace opening hours, and 36 for the opening of businesses in the nightlife sector, whose activity is currently suspended by the regional government.
The eleven municipalities with the most complaints against establishments as of November 30 are Majadahonda (88); Collado Villalba (57); Móstoles (48); Parla (46); Getafe (45); Alcalá de Henares (44); Leganés (26); Pinto (21); Pozuelo de Alarcón (20), and Colmenar Viejo and San Sebastián de los Reyes (both with 17 each).
Finally, 11.15% (2,183) of the disciplinary proceedings initiated by local agents have been for leaving the population centers affected by entry and exit restrictions. Those 2,183 cases constitute only 2.87% of the 76,608 vehicles that have been controlled by the local police of the Community of Madrid to avoid leaving or entering areas with perimeter confinement.