Planning for Phase Two. Press Release from the Ministry of Health
May 17, 2020
The BOE has published the order that establishes new flexibility measures for the territorial areas in Phase 2 and moderations to Phase 1.
Changes to Phase 1 are at the end of this article
- It contemplates the opening of all commercial establishments and cultural spaces with a capacity limit
- The professional sports league is resumed without an audience, but with media braodcasting assistance.
- The use of recreational pools and beaches is allowed while maintaining security measures
- The new ministerial order also includes easing measures for phase 0 and phase 1
May 17th, 2020 .– The Official State Gazette (BOE) has published the flexible order for the territorial units that go to Phase 2 .These are measures related to the social sphere, retail and service provision, hospitality and restaurant activities, science and innovation, cultural venues and establishments, sports, recreational pools and active and nature tourism, among others. scopes. This Order of the Ministry of Health will enter into force tomorrow, Monday, May 18.
It will be possible to move around the province, island or territorial unit of reference in groups of maximum 15 people , among whom the cohabiting people are not counted, always maintaining social distance or protection measures.
People up to 70 years of age will be able to carry out non-professional physical activity in any time slot except for the one between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm and between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm, which is reserved to those over 70 years old.
The autonomous communities and autonomous cities may agree that within their territorial scope these time slots start up to two hours before and end up to two hours later, as long as their total duration is not increased.
A funeral or wake may be held in all kinds of facilities, public or private, with a maximum limit of 25 people in open spaces or fifteen people in closed spaces, whether or not they live together. The burials and cremations are restricted to a maximum of 25 people, including relatives and friends .
The maximum capacity of places of worship goes from a third to 50% .
The wedding ceremonies and other religious celebrations may take place in all types of facilities with a capacity of 50% and without exceeding the hundred spaces to the outdoors or indoors fifty people.
Recreational pools and beaches
The recreational pools can be opened to the public by appointment, a maximum capacity of 30% or the one that allows compliance with the safety distance. Shift schedules will also be organized.
Cleaning should be carried out at least three times a day and showers in the changing rooms and water sources cannot be used.
On the beaches , bathers must use responsibly, complying with the recommendations and standards established by the health authorities. The practice of sports, professional or recreational activities is allowed, provided they can be carried out individually and without physical contact.