The implementing rules for Phase 2 of de-escalation are published. And changes are made to their application from May 18th, in Phase 0 and Phase 1.
The process, formed by four phases, by which all the territorial units will advance until reaching the last one. It began with Phase 0 on Monday May 4, and with a forecast in the scaling to access the next phase every 15 days. So, depending on the evolution and the parameters that make up the panel of indicators, it could be completed in the period of 6 to 8 weeks.
Implementing rules for Phase 2 of de-escalation
General de-escalation plan at national level : Phase 0 (modifications)
With effect from May 18th, the following regulatory modifications are introduced for the zones in Phase 0.
The measures established in Phase 1 will be applicable in this phase, with respect to:
- attendance at vigils and burials
- religious sites
- as well as the established measures for flexibility in retailing, social services, education and universities, science and innovation, libraries and museums, professional and federated sport.
Establishments may not advertise or carry out commercial actions that may lead to crowds of people, both inside the commercial establishment and in its vicinity.
This restriction will not affect sales on sale or sales on offer or promotion that are made through the website.
General de-climbing plan at national level : Phase 1 (modifications)
With effect from 18 May, regulatory modifications are introduced for application to Phase 1 areas.
All retail establishments and commercial premises and professional service activities may be reopened to the public provided that they have a useful exhibition and sales area of 400m2 or less. If this limit is exceeded, the space to be reopened to the public may be limited by adjusting to this threshold. Provided that they meet the other requirements established for this phase in the sector.
Commercial or promotional actions are allowed, which must be accompanied by measures to ensure that no agglomerations are generated that prevent the maintenance of the safety distance. Compliance with capacity limits, or compromise the rest of the measures established for this purpose. Appropriate measures must be taken to avoid them, including the immediate cessation of the aforementioned commercial or promotional actions if necessary.
All establishments must exhibit to the public and ensure the maximum capacity of each premises, as well as the interpersonal safety distance.
The social services must guarantee the effective provision of all the services and benefits included in the Reference Catalogue of Social Services, approved by the Territorial Council of Social Services and the System for Autonomy and Care for Dependency.
Hunting is allowed in all its forms, sport and recreational fishing, provided that the safety distance and the hygiene and prevention measures set by the health authorities are respected.
Update annex territorial units Phase 1.
General de-escalation plan at national level : PHASE 2
Developed by: Order SND/414/2020, of 16 May
Start: from May 18
The relief measures are extended over those established in Phase 0 and 1, for the territorial units entering Phase 2.
The degree of confinement is relaxed and the time slots for physical activity are extended. While freedom of movement remains restricted to the area of the province where you reside. This is without prejudice to justified journeys to another part of the national territory for health, work, professional reasons, etc.
The capacity for holding vigils and funerals is increased. With a maximum limit of twenty-five people in open spaces and fifteen people in closed spaces.
Also the celebration and attendance to places of worship provided that it does not exceed 50% of its capacity. Wedding ceremonies may be held in all types of facilities, public or private, either in open or closed spaces. As long as the capacity does not exceed 50%. And with a maximum of one hundred people in open spaces or fifty people in closed spaces.
In any case, the general measures of hygiene and physical distance established by the health authorities must be complied with.
The rules on hygiene and prevention measures common to all activities are maintained, without prejudice to having to comply with those specific to each activity.
The following activities can be started:
- Retail shops and the provision of similar services, with no limitation of surfaces.
- Opening of hostelry and restoration premises.
- Capacity limited to 40% of their capacity indoors and 50% on terraces (table-top consumption).
- Opening of common areas in hotels and tourist establishment.
- Visits to sheltered housing, residential centres for the disabled and residential centres for the elderly.
- Activities in the field of culture are made more flexible. Regarding the restrictions established in Phase 1, libraries, opening of exhibition halls to the public, visits to monuments and other cultural facilities, cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, premises and establishments for cultural events and shows.
- Flexibility in sporting activity, training and the opening of sports facilities and swimming pools for sporting use.
- Measures are also established for the reopening to the public of recreational swimming pools and the use of beaches.
- Group activities of active tourism and nature are made more flexible.
- Congresses, meetings, business meetings and conferences promoted by any public or private entity are allowed. To this end, congress halls, conference rooms, multipurpose rooms and other similar establishments and facilities will be opened. Maximum capacity limited to 50 attendees.
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