Thursday, September 29

This is how the restrictions remain for New Year’s Eve and the covid passport in the Valencian Community




The Valencian Community face the New Years Eve at an extreme level of risk of the coronavirus, with an incidence of 813.63 cases in 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants, on average, and yet the president of the Generatlitat, Ximo Puig, advocates only protection measures assumed by the population, without new restrictions tougher.

However, the main city councils of the three provinces have chosen to suspend the New Year’s Eve festivities in order to avoid the crowds that form with these Chimes celebrations, in Valencia, Alicante, Elche, Burriana and Segorbe, among others. many cities.

In total there are 306 municipalities of the 542 in the Valencian Community that exceed the index of 500 cases and are at extreme risk, according to the latest updated data from the Department of Universal Health and Public Health, as of December 23.

[Los 306 municipos valencianos que afrontan la Nochevieja en riesgo extremo de propagación del coronavirus]

In this context, the main restrictions in force for the final stretch of 2021, exactly until December 31, are the following:

Covid passport

The document that certifies the full vaccination, having recovered from the disease or having a negative PCR test, it is mandatory to access closed spaces such as hospitality and nightlife venues. In general, in any premises in which the safety distance cannot be kept and food or drinks are served, such as catering services.

Likewise, this certificate must be presented at cinemas, circuses, indoor pools, gyms, as well as at concerts, music festivals and similar events.

[Cómo descargar el pasaporte covid]

Face mask

The use of the mask is generalized for the entire population from the age of six, also outdoors when the mask cannot be stored. safety distance, as a novelty issued by the central government.

It is also maintained for all interior spaces, including public transport and private cars (if the occupants do not live in the same home).

The exceptions are do sport or any activity in natural spaces, always with an interpersonal distance of 1.5 meters, and also people dependents with respiratory problems or for whom the use of the mask is incompatible with the exercise they perform.

Hospitality and nightlife

The maximum per mesa in the hospitality industry, it is still fixed on ten people, and in bars, discos and nightlife venues dancing is now allowed, always with a mask and also respecting the safety distance.

Other regulations that remain in force are the prohibition of smoking on public roads, when you cannot leave two meters of separation with other passers-by. This limitation also applies to electronic cigarettes and other similar devices.

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