These are all the activities and events canceled in the Canary Islands, at the moment, to prevent the spread of the pathogen COVID-19.
Classes are suspended at all levels of education for the next 14 days.
Since all the massive events that gather more than 1,000 people are prohibited, most of the events of the Carnival. So the parties of Maspalomas, Mogán, Telde, Arucas (in Gran Canaria), those of Tinajo, Yaiza and Teguise (in Lanzarote) are officially canceled.
Senior centers and residences
The Canary Government It has decreed the closure of the 24 day care centers that make up its public network for the next 14 days. Although, they will serve disabled and dependent.
Visits by family members to social health centers and residences for the elderly are prohibited.
Hospital visits are restricted for the next 14 days. With the exception of pediatric and palliative care patients, who may be accompanied.
In addition, the rotation of professionals who are carrying out training practices and actions in the health centers of the Islands is suspended.
Those of Maspalomas, Teror and the Fair of products of the land of San Mateo are canceled
The ULPGC suspends Open House and classes in senior programs. Likewise, the meetings with high school students and the peritia and doctrine courses are canceled.
Art rooms and libraries
The activities programmed in the Guiniguada Theater they are postponed until March 26.
Activities in the Atlantic Center of Modern Art (CAAM) have been suspended this Thursday, the day on which the public libraries of the two Canarian capitals are also closed. Its exhibition spaces are kept open.
The public libraries Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife will only attend the service of loan and return of documents until further notice. To facilitate the procedures, the administration has planned an increase in the collection and loan hours.
In the Filmoteca Canaria screenings are suspended until the same date.
Government art rooms They will remain open but all planned activities, including workshops, talks and presentations, are canceled. This affects the art centers of La Regenta (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), El Tanque (Santa Cruz de Tenerife), Cabrera Pinto (La Laguna), Contemporary Art room (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) and Casa de los Coroneles ( Fuerteventura).
The exhibitions They will remain open during their usual hours, and complementary activities, such as inaugurations, workshops, school visits or any other that involves the concentration of the public, will be postponed.
Theaters and Auditorium
The capital’s theaters postpone their programming until further notice. The Foundation Auditorium and Theaters of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria suspends the activity of the theaters Cuyás, Pérez Galdós, Guiniguada and Auditorium Alfredo Kraus from March 12 to 26. The Guiniguada Theater has announced that it will try to relocate all the performances scheduled on other dates.
Students returning to the Canary Islands should avoid leaving for 14 days
Especially those coming from areas where the cessation of academic activity has been decreed at all educational levels.
General Council of the Judiciary
The CGPJ leaves the final decision on the suspension of the holding of hearings for the epidemic of COVID-A9 at the discretion of each judge, and they point out that there must be “clear and reasoned” criteria. For this they will require authorization from the president of the corresponding court, as well as the subsequent ratification of the Permanent Commission of the governing body of the judges.
Associations of judges and prosecutors such as the Progressive Union of Prosecutors and the Independent Professional Association of Prosecutors demand the establishment of “general guidelines for action that ensure health and safety.”