Phase 2 for social housing and residential centres is developed by Order SND/414/2020 of 16 May. This phase starts on May 18.
And application modifications are introduced from May 18, in Phase 0 and Phase 1.
Phase 2 for social housing and residential centres
The relief measures are extended over those established in Phase 0 and 1, for the territorial units that access Phase 2.
The degree of confinement is relaxed, 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 25 people in open spaces
- and 15 people indoors
Also the celebration and attendance to places of worship as long as it does not exceed 50% of its capacity. Wedding ceremonies may be held in all types of public or private facilities, either in open or closed spaces, as long as they do not exceed 50 percent of their capacity.
- maximum of 100 people in open spaces
- or 50 people indoors
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 common to all activities are maintained, without prejudice to having to comply with those specific to each activity.
The reopening of retail shops can begin without limitations, the provision of similar services, hotel and restaurant establishments, the use of common areas in hotels, visits in supervised housing, residential centres for the elderly, activities in the field of culture, sports, the use of swimming pools, the opening of beaches, etc.
Visits to social housing, residential centres for people with disabilities and residential centres for the elderly
The Autonomous Communities and the autonomous cities may allow in their territorial scope the carrying out of visits to the residents of social housing, residential centres for persons with disabilities and residential centres for the elderly.
In the latter case, these visits shall preferably be carried out in exceptional cases, such as the end of life or the relief of neurocognitive decompensation of the resident.
In any case, in the visits to which this section refers, the following shall be applied:
- The visit must be previously arranged with the supervised dwelling or the residential centre.
- The visits will be limited to one person per resident.
- During the visit, the use of protective equipment appropriate to the level of risk by both the visitor and the resident will be compulsory.
- The residential centre shall have specific procedures for regulating the entry and exit of visitors in order to avoid crowding with workers and other residents.
- During the visit, the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities must be observed, and in particular the maintenance of a safety distance of two metres and hand hygiene.
- Those other measures that for public health reasons are established by the autonomous communities and autonomous cities.
The authorisation provided for in the previous section may not be used when there are confirmed cases of COVID-19. Both in supervised housing, residential centres for people with disabilities and residential centres for the elderly.
Nor in those centres in which a resident is in a quarantine period due to having had close contact with a person with symptoms or diagnosed with COVID-19.
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