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The Region of Murcia will go to Phase 2 of the de-escalation on Monday


| This advance to Phase 2 contemplates the reopening with limitations of bars, shopping centers, cinemas, theaters and concert halls | The Ministry has informed by telephone that it will give authority in the BOE to the communities for specific cases such as that of Totana, where the recommendation of the Epidemiology Service is to continue in phase 1 until seeing how the new cases detected evolveThe Region of Murcia will pass next Monday the 25th to Phase 2 of the Plan of de-escalation once it has received the approval of the Ministry of Health to the proposal that the regional government has made after receiving the mandatory reports from the Epidemiology and Public Health Service.Thus, starting on Monday, the time bands will disappear, except for the most vulnerable groups, as requested by the President of the Regional Government, Fernando López Miras.

The sections reserved for people over 70 or dependent, established between 10:00 and 12:00, and between 19:00 and 20:00 will be respected in any case.

This measure is adopted to protect the group most vulnerable to covid-19.This advance in the confinement de-escalation process also contemplates the reopening of bars, shopping malls, cinemas, theaters and concert halls, always with limitations.Thus, within bars and restaurants it may not exceed 40 percent of the capacity and will be consumed only sitting at the table.

Outdoor terraces will be limited to 50 percent with a maximum occupancy of 10 people per table.

The discotheques and leisure bars will be closed.Regarding trade, the capacity of the establishments will be restricted to 40 percent and there will be a priority service schedule for people over 65 years of age.

The distance between seller and customer will be at least one meter and card payment will be encouraged.In addition, the markets can be opened with a third of the authorized stalls, limiting the influx of customers to ensure the social distance of two meters.In the Region of Murcia, public and subsidized educational centers will remain closed until the return to classrooms next year.

However, Secondary Education institutes will open their classrooms, starting in June, so that students in 2nd Bachillerato can voluntarily go to class to reinforce content for the EBAU tests.The common areas of hotels and tourist accommodation will also be reopened without exceeding a third of the capacity."The return to normality involves a relaxation of social measures and an increase in social interaction that could influence the transmission of the virus," emphasized the Minister of Health, Manuel Villegas.

For this reason, he insisted, "we must continue to set an example of co-responsibility and we must be more prudent than ever so as not to take a single step back.Public Health recommends that Totana continue in Phase 1The Ministry has informed by telephone conversation that it will give autonomy to the communities for specific cases such as that of the municipality of Totana, so the Community awaits the publication of the Official State Gazette by the Ministry.Based on the report of the Epidemiology Service of the Region of Murcia, the two basic health areas of Totana (Totana Norte and Totana Sur) would remain in phase 1 until the meeting of the Technical Commission for Descaling scheduled for next May 28, where the evolution of the cases will be evaluated.

The Region of Murcia will go to Phase 2 of the de-escalation on Monday, Foto 1

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