The Valencian Community expected to reopen the terraces for bars and restaurants from next Monday in reduced hours
The Generalitat prepares the proposal that will be presented tomorrow at the negotiation table with representatives of the hospitality industry.
Light at the end of the tunnel for the hospitality industry.
Or, at least, that it seems if finally the epidemiological data of this week accompany and the coronavirus pandemic allows it. The Valencian Community finalizes the proposal that it will take to the negotiation table of the representatives of the sector tomorrow to be able to initiate a prudent de-escalation and with all the security in the sector.
The regional government does not want to take false steps and therefore they choose to be cautious when confirming the measures until they verify that the improvement of all the indicators of the coronavirus pandemic continues in the coming days. However, the proposal that the Generalitat Valenciana is considering, and that will almost in all probability reach the sector, includes the reopening of terraces from next Monday, once the restrictions imposed so far throughout the territory expire.
Reduced hours in terraces and a maximum of 6 people per table
It was one of the requests that the sector presented as soon as the table between the hospitality industry and the Generalitat was established. The reopening would arrive with time limitations and with a reduced opening hours of the terraces until 5:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. and up to a maximum of 6 people per table.
However, it would be a step, and as published by À Punt, it would only be limited to the terraces since the interior of the premises would remain closed until the epidemiological situation allows it.
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