BARS and restaurants in 39 municipalities in Murcia will be allowed to open their doors this week
The vast majority of the hospitality trade in Murcia will see its terraces open this week, with a total of 39 municipalities allowed to open their bars on restaurants by Wednesday, February 17. Only six areas remain in ‘red alert level’ meaning that their premises will have to remain closed.
On Monday, February 15, the Covid Monitoring Committee announced that, due to the continued improvement in coronavirus numbers in the region, bars and restaurants in the specified municipalities could reopen their outdoor terraces to a maximum of 75 per cent capacity on Wednesday.
Last week, 20 municipalities were allowed to open their hospitality trade, and as of this week, 19 more will be added to the list.
In addition, two people from different households can meet socially, both at home as well as in public.
The 10pm curfew will remain in place for the time being, and the perimeter closures will continue.
The 19 towns that open this Wednesday are Murcia, Cartagena, Lorca, Molina de Segura, Jumilla, Moratalla, Calasparra, Bullas, Mula, Campos del Río, Albudeite, Fortuna, Alguazas, San Javier, Santomera, Las Torres de Cotillas, Ceutí, San Pedro del Pinatar and Caravaca De la Cruz.
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