Cartagena enters phase 2 on Monday, in which it will be necessary to continue wearing a mask and maintain hygiene and social distancing measures.
The municipality of Cartagena will enter from Monday, May 25, in phase 2 of the coronavirus de-escalation, along with the rest of the municipalities of the Region of Murcia, except Totana, as published on Saturday by the Official State Gazette.
The new phase represents progress in terms of the activities that can be carried out and the number of people who can participate in them; but maintaining the obligation of the use of masks in interior and exterior public spaces in which it is not possible to maintain the safety distance of two meters, and the recommendation to take extreme hygiene measures, washing hands and observing a certain social distancing .
Thus, starting on Monday, meetings with friends and family will be allowed in public and private spaces, increasing their number from 10 to 15 people.
You can also take walks and practice sports in any time slot except from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. which will be reserved for those over 70 years of age.
Traffic and stay on the beaches will also be allowed, even in groups that cannot be more than 15 people. Another important novelty is the opening of shopping malls, with capacity limited to 40 percent and keeping common areas closed.
Bars and restaurants will operate at 40 percent of their capacity inside their premises and only table service will be offered.
Regarding cinemas, theaters and concert halls, they will be able to resume their activity but with a maximum influx of one third of their capacity .
Hotels and tourist accommodation will open their common areas, but also with a limitation of 33 percent of their capacity.
In the case of churches and places of worship, the entrance will be expanded to 50 percentof its capacity.
Finally, weddings can be held with a number of attendees limited to 100 people in outdoor spaces and 15 indoors .
In the case of burials and funerals, attendance will be limited to 25 people outdoors and 15 in closed spaces.