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Trade capacity rises to 75% from today in the Valencian Community

Valencia, Apr 26 (EFE) .- The establishments and commercial premises and professional services activities of the Valencian Community, regardless of their useful exhibition and sale area, must limit their total capacity to 75% (currently it is 50% ), also in their car parks, from this Monday, date from which they will also be able to close at 10 pm.

This is stated in the resolution of the Ministry of Health with the relaxation of the restrictions against covid applicable from 00:00 hours on April 26 to 00:00 hours on May 9, published in the Official Gazette of the Generalitat Valenciana.

The new measures also include the closure at 10 pm of the hotel industry, which maintains the capacity of 30% indoors and 100% on terraces and a maximum of six people per table, and of the premises dedicated to recreational activities and games by chance, which now closed at 6 pm.

Swimming pools for recreational use, hotels, tourist accommodation and urbanizations, as well as spas, must respect the 75% capacity limit both in terms of access and recreational practice, and you can use the changing rooms and showers at 50%.

In addition, the occupation of ships and boats dedicated to both tourist transport and recreational navigation may be 100% of their capacity, the same as in bus transport, where there will be separation between passengers if the level of occupation allows it.

It also goes from 50 to 75% the capacity of the markets and of regulated artistic education in conservatories and authorized centers, non-regulated education in schools or academies of music or dance, and the training activity of musical groups in general (orchestras and bands ), dance companies and theater schools.

The capacity for religious or civil ceremonies and celebrations rises from 30 to 50%; common areas of hotels, hostels, rural houses and other accommodation; educational leisure activities, leisure time education and youth animation schools.

(c) EFE Agency

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