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More freedom from Monday as all of our islands enter phase 3 

The entire Canary Islands territory will enter phase 3 of the de-escalation due to the coronavirus crisis on Monday.

The islands of Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Lanzarote,
Fuerteventura and La Palma therefore join La Gomera, El Hierro and La Graciosa
which were already advanced.

More activities will now be allowed, including:

Eating and drinking again inside bars and restaurants, whose
outdoor terraces will increase its capacity to 75%. Consumption in the bar will
be allowed, as long as a minimum separation of two metres is guaranteed.

Self-service products such as napkin rings, toothpicks,
cruets, oil dispeners, and other similar utensils will disappear from the
tables, prioritising single-dose disposable or their service in other formats
upon customer request.

Weddings may be carried out in all types of facilities,
whether in open or closed spaces, provided that they do not exceed 75% of their
capacity, and in any case a maximum of 150 people in open spaces or 75 people
in closed places.

Pools and sports centres may be used throughout Spain at 30%
of their capacity, even in areas that are still in phase 1.

Sports competitions return.

Reopening of retail stores at 50% regardless of their
surface.

The common and recreational areas of shopping malls can also
reopen to 40% and stores to 50%.

The common areas in hotels and tourist accommodation are
also open to 50%.

Cultural activities can be held in libraries and museums.

All cinemas, theatres, auditoriums, circuses and show spaces
will be able to carry out their activity, if they have pre-assigned seats and
do not exceed half the authorised capacity in each room.

The groups are expanded to 30 people to do active tourism
activities and the guide will be allowed, in maximum groups of 20 people, but
audio guides and brochures will not be allowed.

Congresses may be held with a limit of 80 attendees.

Zoos and aquariums reopen at 50% of their capacity.

Casinos, gambling and recreational halls, raffles, tombolas,
betting shops reopen as long as the allowed capacity is not exceeded 50% and
sanitation of the casino chips and game cards.

It is also allowed to carry out free time activities aimed
at children and young people, with a maximum of 200 people in open spaces and
80 indoors.