If you are over 60 years old, pregnant or have any of the following diseases: high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, chronic lung disease, cancer or immunodeficiency, you should avoid leaving your home. If you need your medication, you can telephone 900 36 22 36 so that a volunteer can deliver it to you from the nearest pharmacy.
Elderly people with reduced mobility can also call "Protection Civil” and Calp’s Red Cross to get medicines and food. Their contact numbers are 647 613 076 and 96 583 16 16.
Calp’s local shops offer home delivery service or take your order over the phone, therefore reducing the time you spend in the shops. Check out which shops offer this service at www.calp.portaldelcomerciante.com.
If you need a census certificate but do not have a digital certificate, you can do the following
- You can process the digital certificate at the Citizen’s Bureau office Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 900 20 40 50 or 96 583 36 00.
- If for technical reasons the digital certificate cannot be processed, you can contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- If the need for the census certificate is urgent due to the fact that it cannot wait any further, as an exception, you can call in the town hall from 9 am to 2 pm from Monday to Friday and you will be seen to in person.
SUMA Gestión Tributaria has suspended the deadlines for payment of the rubbish collection and vehicle tax for the duration of the state of alarm.
Maintenance gymnastics for the elderly: Every Tuesday and Friday at 11am a video by the physiotherapist from the Civic Centre with exercises will be published on Calpe Residents’ Facebook page so that you can keep fit during this quarantine.
You can follow all the information in English from the town hall on the Calpe Residents’ Facebook page.