The Canary Islands extend until November 30 the maximum capacity in premises and transport


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Andres Cruz

The Canary Islands Governing Council held today, October 28, has agreed to extend the Government agreements authorizing the expansion of the maximum capacity allowed for alert levels 1 (in which all the islands are now) and 2; the extension of the closing hours of those establishments and activities on islands at alert levels 1, 2 and 3 that, prior to the pandemic, did not have a fixed closing time or had a higher one; and passenger capacity in regular land, urban and metropolitan public transport at levels 1 and 2.

The agreements established these extension authorizations until 24 hours on October 31, 2021 and with this extension they are extended until midnight on November 30, after which a new evaluation of the evolution of the epidemiological situation will be carried out in order to determine the origin or inadmissibility of a new extension.

Therefore, the maximum general capacity allowed, except for those activities or services in which another capacity is expressly established, continues to be the following: for alert level 1, 100% outdoors and 75% indoors. while at alert level 2 it is 75% outdoors and 50% indoors.

The closing times in establishments and activities that, prior to the pandemic, did not have a closing time set or had a higher one set will be the following: 4:00 a.m. for levels 1 and 2, and 3:00 a.m. for alert level 3.

Finally, the passenger capacity in regular land, urban and metropolitan public transport at levels 1 and 2 remains, as up to now, at 100%

Stagnation in cumulative incidence

These extensions are agreed upon after evaluating the epidemiological reports issued by the General Directorate of Public Health of the Canarian Health Service, which show a favorable evolution of the epidemiological situation since the adoption of the aforementioned Government Agreement, since all the islands are at alert level 1.

Although there is a certain stagnation in the decrease in the accumulated incidence, it is emphasized that it is appropriate to act with caution in accordance with the precautionary principle that governs current regulations.

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