Cookies are files with information that are stored in your browser when accessing certain websites. Cookies are used, for instance, to know which pages users visit the most or the time spent on them, as well as remembering personal configurations that improves the user experience in the next visit to the website.
In particular, the following types of cookies will be installed when navigating our web:
- Strictly necessary. These cookies store information about which cookies have been accepted to avoid asking users in their next visit to the website. You can not turn these cookies off.
- Third party. We use Google Analytics to measure the number of visits to each page or the average time spent, for instance. This cookies provide us collective information about user habits. This type of cookie is disabled by default, so turning them on would help us improve our website.
Below you will find a detailed description of the cookies employed by Health in the City and their purpose:
|COOKIE NAME||COOKIE TYPE||ENTITY||DURATION||PURPOSE|
|pll_language||Strictly necessary||–||1 year||Default language to set|
|moove_gdpr_popup||Strictly necessary||–||1 year||Either display or not the cookie information banner|
|_ga||Third party||Google Analytics||2 years||Distinguish users|
|_gid||Third party||Google Analytics||24 hours||Distinguish users|
|_gat||Third party||Google Analytics||1 minute||Throttle request rate|
Users can allow, block or delete these cookies at any moment in the Cookie settings menu. You can access such menu by clicking the button placed on the low left corner of any page from this site.