Phase 2: From the masks to the cinemas, here’s what you won’t be able to do after June 3rd – Chronicle


Via the (reviled) self-certification but not the templates or the obligation to consume at the tables within a certain hour. The ‘Phase 3’ of the anti-pandemic measures is certainly not a ‘free den all’ and a precise set of prohibitions remain to be respected.

Here is what cannot be done even after the go-ahead for traffic between regions:

REMOVE MASKS – The mask cannot be removed from indoor places accessible to the public, including means of transport.

NO KISSES AND HUGS – The arrival of Phase 3 does not provide for loosening as regards physical contacts: the provisions of the Dpcm in force remain, which provides for the obligation of social distancing to one meter.

THE QUARANTINE REMAINS MANDATORY – Those who have a respiratory infection with a fever above 37.5 degrees cannot leave the house.

EVEN THE MOVIDA REMAINS OFF LIMITS – No gatherings that are prohibited on the whole national territory.

NO ‘AT ALL HOURS’ CONSUMPTION – The places of the most popular cities for the presence of bars and restaurants remain ‘supervised special’ and the obligation to consume at the tables within a certain time remains.

NO SUMMER CENTERS, BUT STILL – The summer camps for minors have not yet reopened, but they will be able to start again from 15 June.

NO TO THE SHOWS (PER HOUR), EVEN IF OUTDOORS – Same reopening date for cinemas and theaters while maintaining respect for the distance of at least one meter for both staff and spectators, with the maximum number of 1,000 spectators for outdoor performances and 200 people for indoor performances , for each single room.


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