In compliance with the power conferred on the Governing Council by the third additional provision of Decree Law 7/2020, of June 18, on measures of revitalization and revival due to COVID-19, is the subject of this Agreement to establish the set of necessary prevention and containment measures to face the health crisis caused by COVID-19, which will result applicable from the end of the Emergency State and until the total overcoming of the health crisis situation, in accordance with the provisions of the eighth section.
In order to guarantee compliance with the general provisions contained in the aforementioned Royal Decree-law 21/2020, of June 9, this Agreement seeks to establish a general framework of criteria and guidelines for prevention and containment in order to fully safeguard the safety and health of citizens who reside or are in the Region of Murcia and, where appropriate, to enable the monitoring and traceability of possible cases of contagion, which allow adoption of the most appropriate sanitation to avoid as far as possible the spread of this disease.
Third. Extension and content.
That a set of hygiene, prevention, containment and capacity measures, which is included as an Annex to this Agreement, is structured around three blocks of measurements:
1. A first block of general measures that must be guaranteed by the set of economic and social sectors and activities.
2. A second block of specific measures, which affects will be tailored to each of the indicated sectors.
3. A third block of sectoral measures of an organizational nature, which they dictate in order to comply with the obligations provided for in Royal Decree Law 21/2020, of June 9.
Fourth. Competent bodies.
The measures included in the Annex to this Agreement may be supplemented by specific hygiene and disinfection protocols, as well as preventive or organizational, adapted to each sector or type of activity, whose approval will correspond to the competent Ministries depending on the subject and, where appropriate, to local entities according to their powers.
Likewise, the competent authorities will assume in each case the execution, inspection and control of the application of such measures, including sanctioning power in cases of non-compliance and non-compliance with the measures approved, according to the regime of responsibility distribution foreseen in the applicable sectoral regulations.
Fifth. Duty of compliance and observance.
The owners and operators of facilities, centres and establishments of the different economic sectors, as well as the promoters and organizers of the different activities carried out in each of the sectors that are subject to regulation, will be obliged to implement, guarantee and comply with the measures provided for in the Annex and, where appropriate, the complementary provisions that can be adopted. Similarly, Approved measures must be observed and respected by the set of workers, users or assistants who use such facilities and centres or participate in such activities
Sixth. Evolution of the epidemiological situation and modulation of measures contained in the Annex.
1. Compliance and effectiveness of prevention and containment measures contained in the Annex will be subject to constant review and evaluation by respective responsible bodies by reason of the matter, in coordination with the health authorities, in order to modulate and adapt its content to the situation and regional specific epidemiological evolution that exists at all times.
2. In this sense, at the initiative of the competent sectoral department and at the proposal of the Health Minister, the measures in the Annex may be supplemented, modified or modulated by a new agreement by the Government Council.
3. Without prejudice to this, by order of the Health Minister, establish those other measures, which may be necessary for the execution, as the case may be, of the agreements adopted within the Inter-territorial Council of the National Health System or through a resolution issued by the Ministry of Health, depending on the situation and evolution of the epidemic.
Seventh. Data Protection.
1. Establishments, means of transport or any other place, centre or public or private entity with respect to which the need to carry out traceability of contacts, will have the obligation to provide the responsible bodies health information they have or that is requested regarding the identification and contact details of potentially affected people.
2. The treatment and purpose of the personal information that is carried out as a consequence of the provisions of this Agreement, as well as the determination of the subjects responsible for it, will be made in accordance with the provisions contained in article 27 of Royal Decree-Law 21/2020, of June 9, on urgent measures of prevention, containment and coordination to face the health crisis caused by COVID-19, and therefore with full submission to the set of applicable regulations on of protection of personal data established by regulations community and national.
The measures included in the Annex to this Agreement, which will be subject to publication in the Official Gazette of the Region of Murcia, will take effect from of the completion of the emergency status declaration and will be applicable until the approval of the Governing Council agreement that, depending on the epidemiological evolution and at the proposal of the Ministry of Health, determine leave them without effect, totally or partially.
I. GENERAL MEASURES OF HYGIENE, PREVENTION AND ADJUSTMENT
1. General obligations of social distancing.
All citizens must take the necessary measures to avoid generation of risks of spread of the COVID-19 disease, as well as the own exposure to such risks, in accordance with the provisions of the Royal Decree Law 21/2020, of June 9. This duty of caution and protection will also be required of the holders of any activity.
These measures will include, whenever possible, respect for the rules respiratory label, as well as maintaining the safety distance interpersonal of at least 1.5 metres provided for in Royal Decree Law 21/2020, June 9.
In those cases in which it is not possible to respect the distance of interpersonal security, the use of a mask will be essential, in the terms and with the limitations established by Royal Decree 21/2020, of June 9, recommending the use of any other means of protection or barrier appropriate to the level of concurrent risk.
In those activities that are developed with the participants or clients sitting or lying down, this distance of 1.5 metres must be maintained between armchairs, deck chairs or between tables and groupings of tables, being excepting for people with ties. In any case, you must observe adequate precautionary and protective measures to prevent infection, prioritizing the use of the mask when possible due to the nature of the activity that takes place.
In those cases where interpersonal contact is essential outside of the groups of people with ties, special attention should be paid to the use of protection or barrier means that guarantee safety.
2. General prevention and hygiene measures.
The holders of any activity, as well as any type of establishments, spaces or premises, public or private, with the concurrence of people, must adopt the following general prevention measures and hygiene, without prejudice to those established in the general or specific protocols applicable in each case:
2.1. Adequate and frequent ventilation, cleaning and disinfection of spaces and materials, with special attention to those elements that are of shared or successive use, or that can be touched by different people. At minimum, all shared use areas should be cleaned and ventilated twice daily.
2.2. Promotion of frequent handwashing by putting provision of workers, clients, participants or assistants, of soap and water, Hydro-alcoholic gels or disinfectants with an authorized virucidal activity.
2.3. Provision of wastebaskets equipped with pedal and adequate means for the disposal of tissues and protection and cleaning materials.
2.4. In all cases, the shared use of mattresses, mats, rugs, sheets, towels, tablecloths, clothes, cabinets and lockers in those facilities or activities in which these types of elements are used. These should be adequately sanitized after each use, prioritizing when if possible, the use of disposable material.
2.5. The use of water sources intended for human consumption will be avoided, in public or private establishments.
2.6. Promotion of the use of stairs in the case of facilities equipped with elevators or escalators, avoiding in any case the use of these for more than one person at a time, except in the case of cohabitants or use of masks for all users.
2.7. Maximum occupancy of one person for spaces of up to four square metres such as toilets, changing rooms, locker rooms, lactation rooms or similar, except in those cases of people who may need assistance, in which case, use will also be allowed with their companion.
2.8. Provision of adequate and sufficient information to facilitate application of prevention measures, and means such as signage, public address system, signalling and marking of safety distances on the ground or other similar. In any case, this obligation must be respected in those cases in which queues and waiting times are generated among the participants or users.
2.9. In the presence of symptoms compatible with COVID-19 in any person who is on the premises or participates in the activity carried out, should be urged to take the necessary measures to avoid possible infections, including the abandonment of the facilities. In any case, they must be informed of their obligation to contact the health services.
2.10. Payment by card or other means that do not involve physical contact, with frequent disinfection of electronic devices used for this purpose. In the case of ticket sales, online sales will be favoured in those cases where it is possible.
3. General organizational and capacity measures.
3.1. Without prejudice to the specific rules applicable to each sector of activity, the owners of establishments and promoters of activities will be obliged to respect the general rules of organization and capacity established in this Agreement. To this end, they must provide information to workers and assistants on the maximum capacity allowed and the organizational measures adopted, also having to articulate the counting and control systems that make them effective.
3.2. The establishment of maximum capacity allowed in each case will be conditioned on compliance with the minimum interpersonal distance of 1.5 metres, this will not be required in the case of people with ties.
3.3. The necessary organizational measures will be adopted to avoid crowding both at the entrance and at the exit, which must be staggered and with respect for the safety interpersonal distance. When two or more doors are available, efforts will be made to establish a differentiated use of them for entry and exit. Likewise, the circulation of people through appropriate signage.
3.4. As far as possible, avoid the use of manual door opening mechanisms.
3.5. Without prejudice to the specific obligations established for each sector, it should be encouraged that participants or attendees to any activity remain seated throughout its development.
3.6. The use of numbered and preassigned seats in events and activities is recommended whenever the type of activity allows. In those cases where this is not possible, the location of seats enabled to ensure distance maintenance security interpersonal of 1.5 metres.
3.7. In the case of activities carried out with the participants seated, the passage of people between rows will be avoided, as far as possible, respecting the safety distance.
3.8. Masks will be used when the interpersonal security distance cannot be guaranteed, during the entire time of movement between common spaces and at times of entry and exit.
3.9. It is recommended to the owners of any establishment or promoters of any activity should be under the control of identified assistants.
3.10. The grouping of people with ties will be facilitated, for the purposes of this agreement, as people living with or who maintain a pre-existing personal relationship, whether emotional, professional or social. In any case, these groups must maintain the proper safety distance with the rest of people and groups.
II. SPECIFIC MEASURES OF CONTAINMENT AND CAPACITY APPLICABLE TO
1. Wakes and burials.
The funerals and burials or cremation may be held in all kinds of facilities, public or private, duly enabled, with a maximum attendance of thirty people in closed spaces and fifty in outdoor spaces.
2. Places of worship.
2.1. In places of worship the maximum occupancy allowed will be seventy five percent of its capacity, without in any case the number exceeding two hundred people.
2.2. In those cases where the use of public roads is authorized to the celebration of acts of worship, the distance of minimum interpersonal security must be respected, or failing that, the use of alternative measures of physical protection.
2.3. The use of blessed water made available to the users in shared containers or buckets is not permitted. Baptismal water management should be done by using a container that does not return the water used.
2.4. Ritual ablutions should be performed at home.
2.5. In those cases where attendees take off their shoes before entering in the premises, specific places will be enabled to deposit footwear, ensuring proper separation and hygiene.
2.5. Avoid performing those rituals that involve kissing or touching successively figures or other objects of devotion.
3. Wedding ceremonies and other religious or civil celebrations.
3.1. Wedding ceremonies and other religious or civil celebrations must respect the occupancy limits applicable to the places attended, whether cultural or otherwise.
3.2. In post-ceremony celebrations where they are provided hotel and restaurant services, the maximum occupancy allowed will be seventy-five percent of the capacity of the premises in which they take place, whether It is an enclosed place or an outdoor space.
3.3. In any case, the maximum number of people attending the celebration it will be two hundred in the case of closed premises, and five hundred in the case of outdoor spaces, which must remain seated. Consequently, the dance floor cannot be used for its usual use.
When it comes to outdoor spaces, the number of attendees can be expanded up to eight hundred people in those cases in which those responsible prepare a specific action plan, where the application is described specific measures established in this Agreement, and where appropriate, in the protocols or guides can be approved in this regard.
3.4. In those celebration establishments that have facilities for children's entertainment, the regulations are as established in this Agreement for children's parks and leisure centres.
4. Retail and business establishments and commercial premises of professional services open to the public that are not part of shopping centres or parks.
4.1. In retail establishments and commercial premises and activities of services to the public the maximum permitted occupation will be seventy-five per percent of the capacity of the premises.
In the case of establishments or premises distributed over several floors, the presence of clients in each of them must keep this same proportion.
4.2. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the commercial establishments of food, beverages, products and basic necessities, establishments pharmaceutical, health, veterinary centres or clinics, optics and orthopaedic products, hygienic products, press and stationery, fuel for automotive, tobacconists, technological and telecommunications equipment, food for pets, dry cleaners, laundries, will not be subject to capacity limit, without prejudice to the need to comply with established hygiene and protection.
4.3. Preferential attention will be given to those who belong to groups of special vulnerability to COVID-19, such as older 65 years.
4.4. The making available to the public of products for use and trial that can be handled by customers, must be supervised by an employee that will proceed to its disinfection after manipulation. In no case can testing be done with cosmetic, personal hygiene or food products.
4.5. In those sectors where the use of booths or changing rooms, these must be used by a single person at a time, except in those cases of people who may require assistance; then, use by a companion will also be allowed.
4.6. The changing rooms/booths should be disinfected frequently.
4.7. The garments that have been tested, as well as those that are returned by a customer, must be properly sanitized before making available again to the public.
5. Establishments that have the status of centres and parks commercial or that are part of them.
5.1. For sales and retail establishments, commercial premises and professional services activities located in shopping centres and parks The same capacity limitation provided in the previous point will apply.
5.2. In the common and recreational areas of shopping centres and parks, the maximum occupancy allowed will be fifty percent of the capacity of the centre.
5.3. Shopping centres and parks must display the maximum capacity to the public, which must include the workers themselves, and ensure that said capacity and the distance of interpersonal security is respected inside, having establish action plans that allow the count and control of the capacity so that this is not exceeded at any time.
5.4. In children's areas or rest areas of centres or Commercial parks the necessary measures to prevent the concentration of people hinder the maintenance of general measures of social distancing must take place.
5.5. Preference will be given to those who belong to groups of special vulnerability to COVID-19, such as older than 65 years.
6. Markets on public roads.
6.1. In the case of markets that carry out their activity on public roads or non-sedentary sales, known as street markets, cannot exceed seventy-five percent of the authorized positions, regarding space commonly used.
6.2. When determining the merchants who can exercise their activity, the council may prioritize those who market food products and basic necessities.
6.3. In order to allow the activity of all the positions authorized, the municipalities may increase the area intended for stalls or enable new days for the exercise of the activity.
6.4. The municipalities must delimit the spaces intended for the installation of stalls, in order to guarantee the maintenance of a separation among these, to facilitate compliance with interpersonal distance measures. For their part, the holders of the stalls must facilitate the separation between customers through the use of beacons, signs or signage.
6.5. The holders of the stalls must have available to customers hydro-alcoholic gels or disinfectants dispensers with a duly authorized and registered viricidal activity. At least once a day, cleaning and disinfection of the installations with special attention to frequent contact surfaces.
7. Activities in academies, training centres, public centres and deprived of unregulated education and driving schools.
7.1. The maximum occupation allowed in academies, training centres, other public and private non-regulated schools and driving schools not It may be greater than seventy-five percent of its capacity, with a maximum of thirty people.
7.2. In the case of vehicle use, the use of mask by both teaching staff and students or the rest of vehicle occupants.
8. Hotel and restaurant establishments.
8.1. The maximum occupancy allowed inside the premises may not exceed seventy-five percent of their capacity.
8.2. On the outdoor terraces seventy-five per percent of the tables authorized in the immediately preceding year based on the corresponding municipal license or what is authorized for this year, in the in case the licence is granted for the first time. Outdoor terraces will be considered any uncovered space or any space that, being covered, is laterally surrounded by a maximum of two walls, screens or partitions.
8.3. In the event that a hotel and restaurant establishment obtain the permission of the town council to increase the surface area of the outdoor terrace, the increase in the number of tables provided should respect the established safety proportions.
8.4. Consumption within the premises may be done sitting at the table, or table groupings, preferably by prior reservation, ensuring the maintenance of the proper physical distance of 1.5 metres between the tables or, where appropriate, groupings of tables.
8.5. In any case, on the tables or groupings of tables there must not be more than thirty people.
8.6. Consumption in bars will be allowed as long as a minimum separation of 1.5 metres between clients or, where appropriate, groups of clients.
8.7. In those establishments with self-service facilities, direct handling of food by customers is not allowed, the service must be provided by one of the staff.
8.8. The use of shared menus will be avoided.
8.9. Shared utensils may not be made available to customers including toothpicks, napkin rings, cruets, oil/vinegar dispensers or the like, prioritizing the use of single-dose products, delivered by staff upon request from customers.
8.10. Auxiliary elements of the service, such as tableware, glassware, items of cutlery or table linen, among others, will be stored in closed rooms and, if this was not possible, far from areas of passage.
8.11. These measures must be respected equally in all those spaces, facilities or activities in which, without being directly intended to this end, where hospitality and catering activities are carried out and without prejudice to specific regulations that may be issued in specific sectors.
9. Nightlife venues and discos.
9.1. Nightclubs and night-bars the capacity regulations established for hospitality establishments and restaurants will be applicable.
9.2. In this type of establishment, customers must stay sitting at tables or table groupings and consumption will not be allowed at the bar.
9.3. When there is a space on the premises for a dance floor or similar, it may be used to install tables or groupings of tables, not being able to dedicate said space to its usual use.
10. Hotels and tourist accommodation.
10.1. Hotels and tourist accommodation may use all of the rooms they have.
10.1. However, the maximum permitted occupancy of the common areas of hotels and tourist accommodation will be seventy-five percent of its usual capacity.
10.2. In the cases of group activities or animation, the maximum number of participants in them may be thirty people, preferably taking place outdoors and without using shared material.
10.3. In case the hotels or tourist accommodation having sports facilities, swimming pools, spas or areas for hospitality and restoration, the rules provided in this Agreement must be applied to each of these sectors, without prejudice to the general rules or protocols that are applicable.
11. Tourist hostels and hostels.
11.1. Due to its special characteristics, the maximum occupancy allowed for hostel and hostel rooms will be fifty percent of the capacity of their rooms, unless they welcome people with ties, where their full occupation will be allowed.
11.2. However, the maximum permitted occupancy of the common areas of hostels and hostels will be seventy-five percent of its capacity.
11.3. In case the hostels or hostels have facilities sports, swimming pools or areas for hotels and restaurants, must apply the rules provided in this Agreement, without prejudice to the rules general or applicable protocols.
12. Libraries and archives.
In both public and private libraries and archives, the maximum occupancy allowed may not exceed seventy-five percent of the capacity corresponding to each of its rooms and public spaces, both for its ordinary operation as for the development of cultural activities.
13. Museums, exhibition halls, monuments and other cultural sites.
13.1. In museums and exhibition halls, publicly or privately owned, the maximum occupancy allowed will be seventy-five percent of the capacity corresponding to each of its rooms and public spaces, both for visits to permanent or temporary collections, such as for the development of other cultural activities.
13.2. Group visits will be a maximum of thirty people, including the monitor or guide.
13.3. To the extent possible, mandatory tours or turns of visits should be used to avoid crowds.
13.4. Activities should avoid physical closeness between the participants, prioritizing individual activities.
The design of educational, scientific and informative resources should be digital, that allow the function as educational institutions and transmitters of knowledge by alternative means than face-to-face.
To the extent possible, the use of exposed elements designed for a tactile use by the visitor will be disabled.
13.5. The staff attenting to the public will inform the visitors about the hygiene and prevention measures that must be observed during the visit and will ensure for its compliance.
13.6. In addition to general compliance with hygiene and established prevention, in the event that the establishment provides any type of hotel and restaurant service, this will be adjusted to the conditions planned for this service sector.
14. Active tourism activities, sports tourism, nature, ecotourism, adventure and those carried out with a tour guide.
Active tourism activities, sports tourism, nature, ecotourism, adventure and those others carried out with a tour guide will be done in groups up to thirty people, who must respect the rules at all times interpersonal security distance and use of protection means established in this Agreement.
15. Cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, tent circuses and similar activities enclosed establishments.
15.1. The maximum occupancy allowed in cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, circuses tent and similar activities in closed establishments will be seventy and five percent of its capacity. In no case may the number exceed two hundred people, who must remain seated.
15.2. In any case, the seats or seats must be pre-assigned.
15.3. The use of a mask will be mandatory at the entrance, exit, and always when moving through common spaces such as hallways, toilets or canteen.
15.4. In those establishments that have points for food and beverage supply counters, customers must keep in at all times the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 metres. In any case, the consumption of drinks or food cannot be done outside the assigned seat.
16. Summer cinemas, drive-ins, theatres, auditoriums, circuses and others outdoor cultural activities.
16.1. In cultural outdoor activities, the public should remain sitting, either in seats or seats, or in vehicles in the case of drive-ins.
16.2. In establishments with seats or seats, these must be arranged in such a way to ensure the interpersonal distance of 1.5 metre security, with the exception of people with ties.
16.3. In the case of drive-ins, the viewing of the film will not be allowed outside the vehicle, unless the organizer has enabled seats or seats for this, they must comply with the requirements established in the section previous.
16.4. The activities may not exceed more than five hundred people. However, this figure may be expanded to eight hundred people in those cases in which the managers or promoters prepare a specific action plan, where the stated application of the established measures is described in this Agreement, as well as in the protocols or general guides that are approved. The content of the specific action plan must comply with the provisions in the instructions issued by the responsible authorities in the matter.
16.5. The use of a mask will be mandatory at the entrance and exit and always when moving through common spaces.
16.6. In those establishments that have food and beverage supply counters, customers should keep at all times the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 metres. At all times, the consumption of drinks or food cannot be done outside the seat assigned or vehicle.
16.7. In the case of outdoor cultural activities other than cinemas summer, drive-in theaters, auditoriums and circuses, the supply of drinks and food can be made exclusively by waiters, through service at table. In this case, the rules established for the hotel and restaurant business sector will apply including the maximum occupancy of tables or groups of these, with the exception of bar consumption, which will not be allowed.
17. Activities of regional sports federations, services municipal sports, gyms and sports centres, and entities organizers of sports events.
17.1. Each of the municipal sports services of all municipalities, of the sports federations of the Region of Murcia, which they will extend to their clubs, gyms and private sports centres as well as the entities organizing sporting events and activities, will elaborate and will make available a basic protocol of practices responsible for protection adapted to the characteristics and singularities of each sport and installation, and the corresponding contingency plan to the Sports Inspector.
These documents, which will comply with the provisions of the instructions dictated by the competent authorities in the matter, must detail in any case, the materials to be used, the type of training and spaces sports to use, as well as the settings of the training groups or activity and its technicians, indicating the means of protection and actions to carry out in case of possible contagions.
17.2. The basic protocol for responsible practices and the contingency plan They must be made known to all athletes and users of physical activity, technicians, referees, associations, clubs, sports federations, as well as all the personnel of municipal sports services and gyms, private sports centres and entities organizing events and activities sports, as well as workers, volunteers and participants in them.
18. Activity in all kinds of sports facilities and areas of activity in the urban and natural environment.
18.1. As a general criterion, it is recommended that training groups or activity does not exceed thirty athletes per monitor or coach in indoor facilities, and forty in outdoor facilities. The occupation maximum allowed in each room will be calculated at the rate of three square metres per person on the surface of the sports space.
18.2. When carrying out activities with static material, you should guarantee, in addition, the respect of a minimum interpersonal distance of two metre security. In those cases in which it is not possible to maintain said distance, the precise organizational measures must be adopted to prevent possible infections, such as the installation of partitions separators or circuit design.
18.3. Authorized competitions or events held in sports facilities may be held with the public provided that this remain seated and keeping the proper interpersonal safety distance, with a maximum occupancy limit of seventy-five percent of the capacity. In the training is not authorized the presence of public.
18.4. The activities may not gather more than two hundred people in closed premises, or more than five hundred people if it is outdoors. However, in the latter case, said figure may be expanded to eight hundred people when those responsible or promoters prepare a specific action plan, where describe the concrete application of the measures established in this Agreement, in the basic protocol of responsible practices and the applicable contingency plan, as well as in the protocols or general guides that can be approved.
The content of the specific action plan must comply with the provisions in the instructions issued by the competent authorities in the matter.
18.5. In competitions or events held in areas of activity in the urban and natural environment crowds will be avoided at all times, the corresponding interpersonal separation must be foreseen.
18.6. In those establishments that have points of sale or food and beverage supply counters, customers must keep in at all times the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 metres. In any case, The consumption of drinks or food cannot be done outside the assigned seat.
18.7. Without prejudice to the prevention and hygiene measures established with general character, in sports facilities physical and sports activity will be subject to the following general criteria of use:
a. The use of elements should be avoided as far as possible and shared materials.
b. Athletes may not share food, drinks or the like.
c. Before entering and leaving the assigned space, hand hygiene must be performed with the hydrogels that must be available in the spaces enabled for this purpose.
18.8. As a general rule, all facilities that may be in contact with users, such as toilets, changing rooms, showers, lockers and / or infirmary, they must be cleaned and disinfected at least twice a day, being able to increase this frequency depending on the intensity of use of the themselves. Closed spaces should be ventilated before and at the end of the day.
18.9. If the showers are collective, there will be one out of every two showers, to ensure that interpersonal distance is respected. This measure is not will apply in case of individual showers.
18.10. The use of water footwear in changing rooms and showers is mandatory.
18.11. Unless disinfection of lockers is possible after each use, these will remain disabled.
18.12. Thorough cleaning and disinfection of the material must be carried out sporty, ensuring that there is no cross transmission between people.
19. Sports campuses, sports schools and clinics.
19.1. Schools and sports campuses and clinics may be held with a maximum of one hundred and fifty participants, divided into groups of twenty people.
19.2. Whenever possible, efforts will be made to develop without contact with other groups.
19.3. Also, the shifts for dining room, toilet and use of other spaces commons will be organized in such a way that members of the different groups.
19.4. The promoters of the activity must prepare an action plan specific, where the concrete application of the established measures is described in this Agreement, as well as in the protocols or general guides that are can approve. The content of this protocol shall be in accordance with the provisions of the instructions issued by the competent authority in the matter.
20. Summer schools and children's and youth camps.
20.1. Summer schools and children's and youth camps may held with a maximum of one hundred and fifty participants, divided into groups twenty people.
20.2 Whenever possible, efforts will be made to develop the activities without contact with the other groups.
20.3. Also, the shifts for dining room, toilet and use of other spaces commons will be organized in such a way that members of the different groups.
20.4. The promoters of the activity must prepare an action plan specific, where the concrete application of the established measures is described in this Agreement, as well as in the protocols or general guides that are can approve. The content of this protocol shall be in accordance with the provisions of the instructions issued by the competent authority in the matter.
21. Type 1, 2 and 3 A pools of Royal Decree 742/2013, of 27 September establishing technical sanitary criteria for the pools.
21.1. In spaces with public pools of type 1 and 2 and private use type 3A of Royal Decree 742/2013, of September 27, which establishes the technical sanitary criteria of swimming pools, outdoor or covered, whether they are sports or recreational use, the maximum permitted occupation will be seventy five percent of its usual capacity.
21.2. The capacity of the pool surface will be established in each case so that the surface of 2.25 square metres per person is respected. The users should be informed by posters of the maximum number of people who can remain simultaneously in each pool.
21.3. The use of umbrellas, deck chairs, hammocks, chairs or towels spread out on the floor will be allowed. In any case, the safety distance must be respected 1.5 metres between the outer limits of these elements, excepting this rule for people with ties.
When the elements cited in the preceding paragraphs belong to the establishment, they must be disinfected before use by each user.
21.4 As a general rule, all the facilities that are part of the pool and that may be in contact with users, such as bathroom, platform, toilets, changing rooms, shower area, lockers and infirmary, should be cleaned and disinfected at least twice a day, and may increase this frequency depending on the intensity of use of the same. They should ventilate closed spaces before and at the end of the day.
21.5. If the showers are collective, there will be one out of every two showers, to ensure that interpersonal distance is respected. This measure is not will apply in case of individual showers.
21.6. Unless disinfection of lockers is possible after each use, these must remain disabled.
21.7. In the event that there is recreational or sports material for use in the swimming pools, such as floats, boards or the like, must be cleaned and thorough disinfection, ensuring that there is no cross transmission between people.
21.8. All personal items, such as towels, creams, or toys, should stay with its owner, avoiding contact with other users.
21.9. Regarding the parameters that indicate the quality of the water, apply the criteria established in annexes I and II of the aforementioned Royal Decree 742/2013, of September 27. Specifically, it is recommended for all types of pools, respecting the values of 1-2 ppm of residual free chlorine, 3-5 ppm of total bromine and a pH of 7.2-7.8.
21.10. The minimum sampling frequency will be that established in Annex III of the aforementioned RD 742/2013, of September 27.
22. Spas, hot spring spaces and spas.
Spas, hot spring spaces and spas will be applicable the capacity regulations and other provisions established in this Agreement for type 1, 2 and 3 A pools of Royal Decree 742/2013, of 27 September establishing the technical sanitary criteria for swimming pools.
In those cases in which these establishments have facilities intended for the provision of hospitality, catering or accommodation services, the provisions established for said sectors by this Agreement will be applied to them.
23.1. On the beaches, the use of umbrellas, deckchairs, hammocks, chairs or towels spread out on the floor is allowed. In any case, the distance must be respected 1.5 metres security between the outer limits of these elements, being able to exempt this rule for people with ties.
All personal items such as towels, bags, creams, or toys should stay with its owner, avoiding contact with other users.
23.2. The maximum occupation of footbaths, toilets, changing rooms or showers will be of one person, having to be cleaned and disinfected frequently and ventilate closed spaces before and at the end of the day.
23.3. In the case of the provision of deckchair rental service, hammocks, water skates, jet skis or similar, an adequate disinfection after each use.
23.4. Likewise, the Town Halls may establish the Organizational measures Necessary to Guarantee Respect for Interpersonal Distance security between users.
Without prejudice to the limitations established by municipal ordinances, the practice of recreational activities individually or in group, involving the use of balls, bags or throwing objects, provided that the safety interpersonal distance of 1.5 can be guaranteed metres between the players and other beach users, and do not invade the areas occupied by these.
23.5. In natural waters, such as pools, backwaters, and freshwater channels with low flow, bathing and recreational uses are not recommended, since it is not possible to use disinfecting treatment which does not totally rule out survival of the virus in freshwater.
24. Parks and leisure centres for children, bio-healthy parks, maritime gaming platforms and similar public spaces.
24.1. Children's parks and leisure centres, bio-healthy parks, platforms maritime games and other similar public use spaces may remain open, as long as the public or private owner of said spaces guarantees its disinfection frequently, and at least once a day, and take measures to avoid crowding, the use of signage being mandatory for this purpose.
The disinfection media used must be respectful and not cause damage to the natural environment in which they may be found.
24.2. The maximum capacity allowed in this type of space will be calculated at ratio of one person for each 2.25 square metres of computable space of enclosure surface.
24.3. In the case of installations located in closed premises, the devices and game elements such as ball pools, trampolines or inflatables they must remain disabled.
24.3. When it comes to outdoor installations, the use of appliances and game elements will only be allowed through individual use turns, without prejudice to the possibility of shared use by people with ties.
24.4. Proper hand hygiene will be attempted before use of each device or game element.
25. Amusement parks, water parks, zoos, aquariums and fairground attractions.
25.1. At amusement parks, water parks, zoos and aquariums the maximum occupancy allowed will be seventy-five percent of the capacity. 25.2 At attractions with seats, an occupation must be respected maximum of fifty percent of them, respecting in any case the interpersonal security distance except between people with ties.
25.3. In the rest of the attractions without a seat, you must stay in everything case a minimum interpersonal distance of 1.5 metres.
25.4. Disinfection of all items and objects must be carried out manipulated by attraction participants after each turn of use.
25.5. The holders of the attractions must have at the disposal of the clients who dispense active hydro-alcoholic gels or disinfectants with duly authorized viricide. Sanitizing hands with such means will be mandatory before accessing each attraction.
26. Activity of bullrings, venues and facilities.
26.1. In bullfighting squares, venues and facilities, the public must Remain seated in pre-assigned seats.
26.2. In any case, a maximum occupancy of seventy-five will be respected percent of the authorized capacity, with a maximum of five hundred people. However, this figure may be expanded to eight hundred people in those cases in which the managers or promoters prepare a specific action plan, where the concrete application of the established measures is described in this Agreement, as well as in the protocols or general guides that are can approve.
The content of the specific action plan must comply with the provisions in the instructions issued by the competent authorities.
26.3. In those establishments that have points of sale or food and beverage supply counters, customers should keep at all times the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 metres. Throughout case, the consumption of drinks or food cannot be done outside the seat assigned.
27. Gambling and betting establishments and premises.
27.1. In casinos, establishments for collective games of money and chance, gambling halls, bingo halls, arcades, raffles and tombolas, specific premises, betting and other premises and facilities similar to those of recreational activity of games and bets, in accordance with the regulations sectorial in gaming, the maximum occupation allowed will be two thirds of the capacity.
27.2. Between one client and another, cleaning and disinfection must be carried out of any type of machine or device through which activities are offered of game, as well as chairs, tables or any other contact surface.
27.3. The appropriate mechanisms and processes will be established to guarantee the sanitation, every two hours, of casino chips, cards or any other game element that is exchanged between players.
27.4. People who use the gaming activities in which they exchange cash, casino chips, cards or any other element of game between players, as well as between workers who interact with said clientele, they must use recurrently during the development of those games, hydroalcoholic gels or disinfectants.
27.5. Whenever possible, the use of any material should be avoided. in common use among customers, opting for the use of electronic devices own, blackboards, posters or other similar means.
28. Holding of congresses, conferences, business meetings and similar events.
28.1. The maximum occupancy allowed in those places where they are held congresses, conferences, business meetings and similar events, will be seventy-five percent of the capacity.
28.2. In the development of these activities, the participants must remain seated, unable to exceed the maximum number of two hundred participants when they are organized indoors and five hundred when it is done outdoors.
29. Other sectors, premises, establishments and activities.
29.1. Regarding those sectors, premises, establishments or activities for which specific conditions of capacity are not included in the present agreement, nor in protocols or specific regulations that are applicable to them, they may not exceed seventy-five percent of the capacity.
29.2. In those premises, establishments or activities in which the participants must remain seated, the maximum number cannot be exceeded of two hundred people inside or five hundred outside.