The Government has decided to extend to 50% the capacity allowed in the terraces of hotel establishments from phase 1 of the de-escalation, which initially had raised only 30%.
As explained by government sources, it has been decided to expand on the planned percentage because it is considered compatible with the due guarantees of security in the field of public health.
The same sources have explained that the maximum number of ten people for meetings that will be allowed in phase 1 is valid both for meetings in homes and on terraces.
And they will be able to open, to 50 percent of their capacity, both the terraces that are on public roads and those that are within the space of the hotel establishment, provided it is outdoors.
This will be stated in the next orders to be published by the Government in the Official State Gazette tomorrow Sunday to regulate the conditions of both hospitality in phase one and commerce in phase zero.