Across beaches in Lanzarote and Tenerife face masks must be worn, regional government reinforces coronavirus safety regulations.
In the Canary Islands, Brits have been warned to wear them around the swimming pools as part of the new compulsory order which makes the wearing of face masks compulsory in all public places.
The regulations changed yesterday, when new rules were set out in order to slow down coronavirus infections.
Masks have to be worn when accessing or walking along the beaches and the coasts but not if sitting still in one spot or when in the water.
It is now mandatory for everyone over six years to wear a mask, on public roads, in outdoor spaces and in any closed place, or that is open to the public, regardless of the maintenance of the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 meters.
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