Coronavirus – De-escalation in Spain Phase 2

 

Coronavirus – De-escalation in Spain Phase 2

The relaxation of rules and regulations in Spain will be done in a number of Phases.

Each area of Spain can request to move out of one phase of deescalation, and into the next phase of deescalation. The approval will be given if the areas have met certain criteria.

Coronavirus – De-escalation in Spain Phase 0 – Shops, Restaurants/Bars and Sports

Coronavirus – De-escalation in Spain Phase 1 – Shops/Vehicles/Restaurants/Bars/Service Providers Plus

Coronavirus – De-escalation in Spain Phase 2

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Order SND / 414/2020, of May 16, for the relaxation of certain national restrictions established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 2 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality.

As a consequence of the public health emergency situation caused by COVID-19, at national and international level, the Government, under the provisions of article 4, sections b) and d), of Organic Law 4/1981, of June 1, of the states of alarm, exception and siege, declared, by Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, the state of alarm throughout the national territory in order to face the health crisis, which It has been extended four times, the last on the occasion of Royal Decree 514/2020, of May 8, until 00:00 on May 24, 2020, in the terms expressed in said regulation.

Article 4.2.d) of the aforementioned Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, determines that, for the exercise of the functions provided for therein and under the highest direction of the President of the Government, the Minister of Health will have the status of delegated competent authority, both in its own area of ​​responsibility and in other areas that do not fall within the specific sphere of competence of the other Ministers designated as delegated competent authority for the purposes of this royal decree.

Specifically, in accordance with the provisions of article 4.3 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, the Minister of Health is empowered to issue orders, resolutions, provisions and interpretive instructions that, within its scope of action as delegated authority, are necessary to guarantee the provision of all services, ordinary or extraordinary, in order to protect people, property and places, by adopting any of the measures provided for in article eleven of Organic Law 4/1981 , from June 1.

For its part, article 7.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, limits the freedom of movement of people to certain cases, contemplating in its section 6 that the Minister of Health may, based on the evolution of the health emergency, issue orders and instructions in relation to the activities and displacements referred to in sections 1 to 4 of that article, with the scope and territorial scope determined in those.

Likewise, article 10 of the aforementioned Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, contains the containment measures in the field of establishments and commercial premises, hotel and restaurant activities, or archives, among others, considering its section 6 an authorization to Minister of Health to modify, expand or restrict the measures, places, establishments and activities listed in the previous sections, for justified reasons of public health, and may therefore extend this suspension to those other assumptions deemed necessary.

At the present time, Spain has begun a process of gradual reduction of the extraordinary measures to restrict mobility and social contact established by the aforementioned Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14. Thus, on April 28, 2020, the Council of Ministers adopted the Plan for the transition to a new normality that establishes the main parameters and instruments for achieving normality. This process, divided into four phases, phase 0 to phase 3, must be gradual and adaptable to the necessary changes in orientation depending on the evolution of epidemiological data and the impact of the measures adopted.

The fundamental objective of the aforementioned Plan for the transition is to ensure that, while preserving public health, daily life and economic activity are gradually recovered, minimizing the risk that the epidemic represents to the health of the population and preventing the capacities of the National System of Health can overflow.

Likewise, as stated in article 3 of Royal Decree 514/2020, May 8, in application of the Plan to de-escalate the extraordinary measures adopted to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, approved by the Council of Ministers in its meeting of April 28, 2020, the Minister of Health, at the proposal, where appropriate, of the autonomous communities and the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, and in view of the evolution of sanitary, epidemiological, social, economic indicators and mobility, may agree, within its competence, the progression of the applicable measures in a certain territorial area, without prejudice to the authorizations conferred on the rest of the competent delegated authorities. The regression of the measures to those provided for in Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, will be made, where appropriate,

In this sense, the empowerment of the Minister of Health and the other delegated competent authorities refers to de-escalation measures in all areas of activity affected by the restrictions established in the declaration of the state of alarm and its successive extensions.

For all these reasons, and given the positive epidemiological evolution and the timely fulfillment of the established criteria, we proceed to extend the flexibility of some measures that would correspond to phase 2 for certain territorial units.

Likewise, it should be noted that the measures that are now established may be complemented by those that in the field of transport, interior and defense are approved by the other delegated authorities in the exercise of the authorizations provided for in Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14 of March.

Among the main measures established by this order, it is worth mentioning, first of all, a series of measures to guarantee the protection of workers in their workplace, as well as to avoid the concentration of people at certain times in the new scenario provided by this Phase 2.

In the social sphere, these measures that affect circulation, attendance at funerals and burials, places of worship are made flexible, provided that the prevention and hygiene measures established in this order are respected. In addition, weddings are allowed for a limited number of attendees.

In the area of ​​retail trade and the provision of services, commercial centers and parks may be reopened to the public, prohibiting their stay in common areas or recreational areas and limiting the capacity of commercial establishments located therein to forty hundred. The number of positions that can operate in open-air markets is also expanded to one third of the usual or authorized positions, while limiting the influx of customers, so as to ensure the maintenance of the social distance of two meters.

With regard to hospitality and restaurant activities, these establishments may be reopened to the public for consumption on the premises, except for nightclubs and nightlife bars, provided that they do not exceed forty percent of their capacity and the measures established in this order are complied with.

The autonomous communities may allow visits by a family member to sheltered homes and residential centers for people with disabilities, provided that in these residences there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 or any of the residents is in quarantine and that the measures are followed. of hygiene and prevention established.

The applicable measures in the field of science and innovation relating to the resumption of the activity of the residences of research, scientific and technical personnel are also established, as well as those related to the capacity allowed.

The public areas of hotels and tourist accommodation that have suspended their opening to the public may be reopened to the public by virtue of Order SND / 257/2020, of March 19, declaring the suspension of opening to public tourist accommodation establishments, provided that it does not exceed a third of its capacity.

The reopening of premises and establishments for cultural acts and shows is made possible. If the act or show is held indoors, the spectator must have a pre-assigned seat or seat and may not exceed a third of the original capacity, or gather more than fifty people. In the case of outdoor activities, the public must remain seated, keeping the necessary distance and may not exceed a third of the original capacity or gather more than four hundred people.

The guidelines and recommendations are also established for the resumption of the activity of exhibition halls, and centers with public visits, in which cultural objects are publicly exhibited with the presence of public service personnel in the room, as well as security and security personnel. cleaning, and in which works of assembly and dismantling of exhibitions involving the transfer and manipulation of cultural property are carried out.

The conditions under which monuments and other cultural facilities can be reopened to the public with the necessary safety and hygiene measures are indicated.

In the field of sport, the conditions under which professional and federated sports activities must be carried out are established, both for basic training in federated non-professional leagues, and for total training in professional leagues. Likewise, the criteria and conditions for the resumption of professional leagues and for the reopening of indoor sports facilities and swimming pools for sports use are established, requiring prior appointment and establishment of time shifts in order to avoid crowds, thus such as compliance with the necessary hygiene and protection measures.

The conditions for the opening to the public of recreational pools are also established, providing the necessary measures to ensure that both the facilities and the water in the glass are free of pathogenic microorganisms and substances that may negatively affect the health of the user.

Groups that can carry out active and nature tourism activities are expanded to twenty people and congresses, meetings, business meetings and conferences are allowed without exceeding the number of fifty attendees and as long as the required physical distance is respected two meters.

The Order SND / 388/2020, of May 3, which establishes the conditions for the opening to the public of certain businesses and services, and the opening of archives, as well as for the practice of professional and federated sport, is amended. in order to relax certain restrictions on those territorial units that remain in phase 0.

Finally, Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, is modified to ease certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality , to allow, among other aspects, hunting and sport and recreational fishing. Likewise, in relation to establishments and retail stores and similar services, it is maintained as a requirement for opening in phase 1 that they have a useful exhibition and sale area of ​​400 square meters or less, but it is expected that in the event that the surface is higher, they can limit the space that is reopened to the public adjusting to this threshold.

From the point of view of public health, the main objective of the existence of this restriction in phase 0 and phase 1 is to avoid crowds and non-compliance with the rules of social distancing established as a fundamental strategy to prevent the spread of the virus. . The large dimensions of these spaces and their greater capacity make it difficult to guarantee the prevention and hygiene measures that, in early stages of the de-escalation process, require a high degree of compliance at all times and by all users and staff to achieve the control of the epidemic. Likewise, given the characteristics and location of this type of establishment, this restriction also aims to reduce the displacement and mobility of people, both in public and private transport, and the possible crowds that may occur at the entrances and exits and in the common spaces. In the case of public transport, additional risk situations may also occur, which are intended to be minimized in these phases of the de-escalation process, when many people attend, in such a way that it is not always possible to respect the established safety distance. Finally, the residence time in establishments is also considered as an important risk factor associated with premises over 400 meters, since the average stay in this type of premises is usually longer than in smaller establishments, which that in this way the time of exposure to the virus would increase, and with it an increased risk both individually and at the community level.

The adoption of this order corresponds to the Minister of Health, in accordance with the provisions of articles 4.3, 7.6 and 10.6 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the situation of sanitary crisis caused by COVID-19, as well as in article 3 of Royal Decree 514/2020, of May 8, which extends the state of alarm declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14 March.

By virtue, I have:

CHAPTER I
General disposition
Section 1 Purpose and scope
Article 1. Purpose.
The purpose of this order is to establish the conditions for the relaxation of certain national restrictions established by the state of alarm, in application of phase 2 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality.

Article 2. Scope of application.
1. The present order will be applied to the activities object of the same that are developed in the territorial units that appear in the annex, as well as to the people residing in said units, in accordance with the provisions of the second paragraph of the article. 3 of Royal Decree 514/2020, of May 8, which extends the state of alarm declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14.

2. People vulnerable to COVID-19 may also make use of the authorizations provided in this order, provided that their clinical condition is controlled and allowed, and maintaining rigorous protection measures.

People who present symptoms or are in home isolation due to the fact that they are able to make use of said authorizations, either to return to their job or to go to the premises, establishments, centers, or carry out the activities referred to in this order. to a diagnosis by COVID-19, or who are in a period of home quarantine for having had close contact with someone with symptoms or diagnosed with COVID-19.

Section 2. Hygiene and prevention measures
Article 3. Promotion of non-contact means of work.
Whenever possible, telework continuity will be encouraged for those workers who can carry out their work activity remotely.

Article 4. Hygiene and prevention measures for working personnel in the activity sectors provided for in this order.
1. Without prejudice to compliance with occupational risk prevention regulations and labor regulations, the head of the economic activity or, where appropriate, the director of the centers, the entities provided for in this order must take the necessary actions to comply hygiene and prevention measures for working personnel in the activity sectors established in this order.

In this sense, it will be ensured that all workers have permanently available water and soap or hydroalcoholic gels or disinfectants with virucidal activity authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health for hand cleaning at the workplace. Likewise, when the interpersonal safety distance of approximately two meters cannot be guaranteed, it will be ensured that workers have adequate protective equipment for the level of risk. In this case, all personnel must be trained and informed on the correct use of the aforementioned protective equipment.

The provisions of the preceding paragraph shall also be applicable to all workers of companies that provide services in the centers, entities, premises or establishments to which this order is applicable, either on a regular basis or in a timely manner.

2. The fingerprint transfer will be replaced by any other time control system that guarantees adequate hygiene measures to protect the health and safety of workers, or the recording device must be disinfected before and after each use. , warning workers of this measure.

3. The arrangement of the jobs, the organization of shifts and the rest of the existing working conditions in the centers, entities, premises and establishments will be modified, as necessary, to guarantee the possibility of maintaining the safety distance interpersonal two meters between workers, this being the responsibility of the owner of the economic activity or, where appropriate, the director of the centers and entities, or the person to whom they delegate.

4. Likewise, the distance measures provided in this order must be complied with, where appropriate, in workers’ locker rooms, lockers and toilets, as well as in any other area of ​​common use.

5. If a worker begins to have symptoms compatible with the disease, he will immediately contact the telephone number enabled by the autonomous community or corresponding health center and, where appropriate, with the corresponding occupational risk prevention service. The worker will put on a mask, having to leave, in any case, his job until his medical situation is evaluated by a health professional.

Article 5. Measures to prevent the risk of massive coincidence of people in the workplace.
1. Without prejudice to the adoption of the necessary collective and individual protection measures, the centers must make the adjustments in the time organization that are necessary to avoid the risk of massive coincidence of people, workers or not, in spaces or work centers. during the time bands of foreseeable maximum influx or concentration, attending to the geographical area in question, and in accordance with the provisions of the following sections of this article.

2. It will be considered that there is a risk of massive coincidence of people when there are no reasonable expectations that the minimum safety distances are respected, particularly at the entrances and exits to work, taking into account both the probability of massive coincidence of the working people and the influx of other people that is predictable or periodic.

3. The adjustments referred to in the previous section must be made taking into account the instructions of the competent authorities, as well as, where appropriate, the provisions of applicable labor and conventional regulations.

Article 6. Hygiene measures required for the activities provided for in this order.
1. The owner of the economic activity or, where appropriate, the director of the centers and entities must ensure that adequate cleaning and disinfection measures are adopted for the characteristics and intensity of use of the planned centers, entities, premises and establishments. in this order.

In cleaning tasks, special attention will be paid to common use areas and the most frequent contact surfaces such as door knobs, tables, furniture, handrails, floors, telephones, hangers, and other elements with similar characteristics, in accordance with the following guidelines:

a) Disinfectants will be used as dilutions of freshly prepared bleach (1:50) or any of the disinfectants with virucidal activity that are on the market and that have been authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health. In the use of this product, the indications on the label will be respected.

b) After each cleaning, the materials used and the protective equipment used will be disposed of safely, proceeding afterwards to hand washing.

Cleaning measures will also be extended, where appropriate, to private areas of workers, such as locker rooms, lockers, toilets, kitchens and rest areas.

Likewise, when there are jobs shared by more than one worker, the job will be cleaned and disinfected after the end of each use, with special attention to furniture and other items that can be manipulated.

2. In the event that uniforms or work clothes are used, they will be washed and disinfected regularly, following the usual procedure.

3. Periodic ventilation tasks must be carried out in the facilities and, at a minimum, on a daily basis and for the time necessary to allow air renewal.

4. When there are elevators or forklifts in the centers, entities, premises and establishments provided in this order, their use will be limited to the essential minimum and the stairs will preferably be used. When it is necessary to use them, the maximum occupancy of them will be one person, unless it is possible to guarantee the separation of two meters between them, or in those cases of people who may require assistance, in which case their use will also be permitted. companion.

5. When in accordance with the provisions of this order the use of the toilets is allowed by clients, visitors or users, its maximum occupation will be one person, except in those cases of people who may require assistance, in which case it will also be allowed use by your companion. The cleaning and disinfection of said toilets must be reinforced, always guaranteeing their state of health and hygiene.

6. Card payment or other means that do not involve physical contact between devices will be encouraged, avoiding, as far as possible, the use of cash. The dataphone will be cleaned and disinfected after each use, as well as the POS if the employee who uses it is not always the same.

7. There should be bins where you can deposit tissues and any other disposable materials. Said bins should be cleaned frequently, and at least once a day.

8. The provisions of this article shall apply without prejudice to the specificities regarding cleaning and disinfection established in this order for specific sectors.

CHAPTER II
Relaxation of social measures
Article 7. Freedom of movement.
1. It will be possible to move around the province, island or territorial unit of reference for the purposes of the de-escalation process, without prejudice to the exceptions that justify the displacement to another part of the national territory for health, labor, professional or business reasons, of return to the place of family residence, assistance and care for the elderly, dependents or people with disabilities, causes of force majeure or need or any other of a similar nature.

People up to 70 years old will be able to carry out the non-professional physical activity provided for in Order SND / 380/2020, of April 30, on the conditions in which non-professional physical activity can be carried out outdoors during the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19, in any time slot except for the one between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm and between 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm, which is reserved for those over 70 years and to the persons referred to in article 2.2, first paragraph. The autonomous communities and autonomous cities may agree that in their territorial scope these time slots start up to two hours before and end up to two hours later, as long as the total duration thereof is not increased.

2. In any case, the safety and hygiene measures established by the health authorities for the prevention of COVID-19 must be respected, and, in particular, those related to maintaining a minimum safety distance of at least two meters, or, failing that, alternative physical protection measures, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette. For these purposes, the groups should be a maximum of fifteen people, except in the case of people living together.

Article 8. Wakeings and burials.
1. The wake may be held in all kinds of facilities, public or private, with a maximum limit, at any time, of twenty-five people in open spaces or fifteen people in closed spaces, whether or not they live together.

2. Participation in the entourage for the burial or farewell for cremation of the deceased person is restricted to a maximum of twenty-five people, including family and friends, in addition to, where appropriate, the minister of worship or similar person of the respective confession for the practice of funeral rites of farewell to the deceased.

3. In any case, the safety and hygiene measures established by the health authorities for the prevention of COVID-19 must be respected, regarding the maintenance of a minimum safety distance of two meters, hand hygiene and respiratory label.

Article 9. Places of worship.
1. Attendance at places of worship will be allowed as long as they do not exceed fifty percent of their capacity. The maximum capacity must be published in a visible place in the space for worship. The general safety and hygiene measures established by the health authorities must be complied with.

2. The requirements provided for in Article 9, sections 2 and 3, of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, for the relaxation of certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm, will apply. in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality.

Article 10. Wedding ceremonies.
1. The nuptial ceremonies may be carried out in all kinds of facilities, public or private, either in open spaces or closed spaces, provided that they do not exceed fifty percent of their capacity, and in any case a maximum of one hundred people in open spaces or fifty people in closed spaces.

During the celebration of the ceremonies, the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities regarding the maintenance of social distance, hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette must be observed.

2. The celebrations that may take place after the ceremony and that involve some type of hotel and restaurant service, shall comply with the provisions of Chapter IV.

3. The provisions of this article will apply to other religious celebrations of a social nature.

CHAPTER III
Conditions for the development of the activity in establishments and retail stores and similar services.
Article 11. Conditions for the reopening to the public of retail establishments and commercial premises that do not have the status of shopping centers and parks.
1. It may proceed to reopen to the public all retail establishments and commercial premises and professional service activities whose activity had been suspended after the declaration of the state of alarm under the provisions of article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020 , of March 14, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19, regardless of its useful surface for exhibition and sale, provided that they meet all the following requirements:

a) That the total capacity in establishments and commercial premises be reduced to forty percent. In the case of establishments or premises distributed over several plants, the presence of customers in each of them must keep this same proportion.

In any case, a minimum distance of two meters between clients must be guaranteed. In premises where it is not possible to maintain this distance, only permanence within a client’s premises will be allowed.

b) That a service schedule be established with priority service for those over 65 years of age.

c) They additionally comply with the measures included in this chapter with the exception of the provisions of articles 12 and 17.

2. The provisions of this order, except for the safety and hygiene measures provided for in articles 4, 13 and 14, shall not apply to retail establishments and commercial premises that were already open to the public in accordance with the article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, for the products or sections mentioned in the aforementioned article.

3. All establishments and premises that may reopen to the public in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, may establish, where appropriate, collection systems in the establishment of products purchased by telephone or internet, provided that they guarantee a staggered collection to avoid crowds inside the premises or their access.

4. A preferential home delivery system may be established for certain groups.

5. In the case of the markets that carry out their activity in the open air or non-sedentary street, commonly called street markets, that have already restarted their activity in accordance with the provisions of Order SND / 399/2020, of 9 May, or restart it by decision of the corresponding City Council as of the entry into force of this order, the limitation to one third of the usual or authorized positions will be guaranteed, limiting the influx of customers so as to ensure the maintenance of the social distance of two meters.

The City Councils may increase the surface area enabled or enable new days for the exercise of this activity, so that an effect equivalent to the aforementioned limitation occurs.

When determining the merchants that can carry out their activity, the City Council may prioritize those that commercialize food and basic necessity products, ensuring that the products commercialized in them are not manipulated by consumers.

The Town Halls will establish distance requirements between positions and market delimitation conditions with the aim of guaranteeing safety and distance between workers, clients and pedestrians.

Article 12. Conditions for the reopening of shopping centers and parks to the public.
Malls, as well as commercial parks, may be reopened to the public, provided that all of the following conditions are guaranteed:

a) That, in accordance with the capacities determined in the Self-Protection Plan of each center or commercial park, the total capacity of the same be limited to thirty percent of their common areas.

b) That the capacity in each of the commercial establishments located in them be limited to forty percent.

c) The permanence of clients in common areas will not be allowed except for the mere transit between commercial establishments.

The provisions of the preceding paragraph shall not apply to the hotel and restaurant activity that takes place in said common areas, which shall comply with the provisions of chapter IV.

d) The use of recreational areas such as children’s areas, toy libraries or rest areas is prohibited, and must be closed.

e) That the hygiene measures established in this chapter for retail establishments and premises are complied with, in addition to the specific ones established in article 17.

Article 13. Hygiene measures required of establishments and premises open to the public.
1. Establishments and premises that open to the public in accordance with article 11 shall carry out, at least twice a day, a cleaning and disinfection of the facilities with special attention to the most frequent contact surfaces such as door knobs, counters, furniture , handrails, vending machines, floors, telephones, hangers, cars and baskets, taps, and other elements with similar characteristics, according to the following guidelines:

a) One of the cleanings will be carried out, at the end of the day.

b) The cleaning and disinfection instructions provided in article 6.1.a) and b) will apply.

For said cleaning, a break in the opening dedicated to maintenance, cleaning and replacement tasks may be carried out throughout the day and preferably at noon. These closing times for cleaning will be duly communicated to the consumer by means of visible signage or messages by public address system.

Likewise, there will be a cleaning and disinfection of the workstations at each shift change, with special attention to counters and tables or other elements of the stalls in flea markets, partitions where appropriate, keyboards, payment terminals, touch screens, tools work and other elements susceptible to manipulation, paying special attention to those used by more than one worker.

When more than one worker will attend the public in the establishment or premises, cleaning measures will be extended not only to the commercial area, but also, where appropriate, to the private areas of the workers, such as changing rooms, lockers , toilets, kitchens and rest areas.

2. The operation and cleaning of toilets, taps and door knobs of the toilets in retail establishments and commercial premises will be reviewed every hour.

3. In the case of automatic vending, vending machines, self-service laundries and similar activities, the owner thereof must ensure compliance with the appropriate hygiene and disinfection measures for both the machines and the establishments and premises, as well as inform to the users of its correct use through the installation of informative posters. In any case, the measures provided for in article 6 will apply.

Article 14. Hygiene and prevention measures for the working personnel of the establishments and premises that open to the public.
The distance between the vendor or service provider and the client during the entire customer service process will be at least one meter when there are protection elements or barriers, or approximately two meters without these elements. Likewise, the distance between the stalls of the open-air markets or non-sedentary sales on public roads and pedestrians will be two meters at all times.

In the case of services that do not allow the maintenance of the interpersonal safety distance, such as hairdressing salons, beauty centers or physiotherapy, the appropriate protective equipment must be used at the level of risk that ensures the protection of both the worker and the client, having to ensure in any case the maintenance of the distance of two meters between one client and another.

Article 15. Measures related to customer hygiene inside establishments and premises and in open-air markets or non-sedentary sales on public roads.
1. The time of permanence in the establishments and premises will be the strictly necessary so that the clients can make their purchases or receive the provision of the service.

2. Establishments and premises, as well as open-air or non-sedentary markets on public roads, must clearly indicate the two-meter interpersonal safety distance between customers, with marks on the ground, or by using beacons, signage and signage for those cases in which the individualized attention of more than one client is possible at the same time, which cannot be carried out simultaneously by the same worker.

3. Establishments and premises must make available to the public dispensers of hydroalcoholic gels or disinfectants with virucidal activity authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health, in any case at the entrance to the premises, which must always be in conditions of use, being recommended the provision of these dispensers also in the vicinity of open air markets or non-sedentary sales on public roads.

4. In establishments and commercial premises, as well as open-air or non-sedentary markets on public roads, which have self-service areas, the service must be provided by a worker from the establishment or premises or market and open air or non-sedentary sales on public roads in order to avoid direct manipulation of products by customers.

5. Test products not intended for sale such as cosmetics, perfumery products, and the like that involve direct manipulation by successive customers may not be made available to customers.

Likewise, telecommunications products may not be placed in commercial establishments for the use and testing of customers without the supervision of a vendor or worker who can permanently disinfect them immediately after handling by each customer.

6. In establishments in the commercial textile sector, clothing and similar arrangements, the testers must be used by a single person, after use they will be cleaned and disinfected.

In the event that a customer tries on a garment that he subsequently does not purchase, the owner of the establishment will implement measures so that the garment is sanitized before it is provided to other customers. This measure will also be applicable to the returns of garments made by customers.

Article 16. Measures regarding capacity for establishments and premises open to the public.
1. Establishments and premises must expose the maximum capacity of each premises to the public and ensure that said capacity, as well as the interpersonal safety distance of two meters is respected inside.

2. To do this, establishments and premises must establish systems that allow the count and control of the capacity, so that it is not exceeded at any time, and that must include the workers themselves.

3. The organization of the movement of people and the distribution of spaces should be modified, when necessary, in order to guarantee the possibility of maintaining the two-meter interpersonal safety distance required by the Ministry of Health. Preferably, whenever a room has two or more doors, a different use can be established for entry and exit, thus reducing the risk of crowding.

4. In establishments and commercial premises that have their own car parks for their workers and clients, when access to the facilities, the ticket and card reader workers could not be carried out automatically without contact, this will be replaced by manual control. and continuous by the security personnel, for better monitoring of the capacity regulations. These staff will also monitor compliance with the standards for staggered arrival and departure of workers to and from their job, according to the shifts established by the center. In your case, and unless strict security reasons recommend otherwise,

Article 17. Measures applicable to shopping centers and commercial parks.
In addition to the provisions of article 12, shopping centers and parks that reopen to the public must meet the following conditions:

a) The use of family toilets and lactation rooms will be restricted to a single family, not being able to combine two family units.

b) The use of the toilets and common lactation rooms in shopping centers and parks must be controlled by their staff, and cleaning and disinfection must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of article 6.5.

c) Security personnel will ensure that the minimum interpersonal distance of two meters is respected and will avoid the formation of large groups and crowds that may form, paying special attention to escalator areas and elevators.

d) In the parking area, in addition to the continuous disinfection of the usual contact points and the hydroalcoholic gel being made available to the client, payment will be encouraged by electronic means without contact in accordance with the provisions of article 6.6.

e) If necessary, fences or equivalent signaling systems will be used for better control of access and management of people in order to avoid any crowding. Preferably, as long as the center or commercial park has two or more entrances, a different use can be established for the entrance and exit, thus reducing the risk of crowding.

f) Systems must be established that allow the count and control of the capacity, so that it is not exceeded at any time, and that must include the workers themselves.

CHAPTER IV
Conditions for the provision of the service in the hotel and restaurant establishments
Article 18. Reopening of hotel and restaurant premises for consumption on the premises.
1. The hotel and restaurant establishments for consumption on the premises may be reopened to the public, except for nightclubs and nightlife bars, provided that they do not exceed forty percent of their capacity and the conditions are met provided for in the following sections.

2. Consumption within the premises may only be done sitting at a table, or table groupings, and preferably by prior reservation. In no case will self-service at the bar by the customer be accepted. Also, the order in the establishment of food and drink to take away will be allowed.

3. Free-service products may be offered, whether fresh or prepared in advance, for the free disposal of customers, provided that they are assisted with a protection screen, through individual plating and / or single-dose units, duly preserved from contact with the environment.

4. The provision of the service in the outdoor terraces of the hotel and restaurant establishments will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9.

5. The maintenance of the proper physical distance of two meters between the tables or, where appropriate, groupings of tables must be ensured. The table or group of tables used for this purpose must be in accordance with the number of people, allowing the minimum interpersonal security distance to be respected.

Article 19. Hygiene and prevention measures in the provision of the service in the premises.
In the provision of the service in the hotel and restaurant premises, the following hygiene and prevention measures must be respected:

a) Cleaning and disinfection of equipment, in particular tables, chairs, as well as any other contact surface, between one client and another. Likewise, the premises must be cleaned and disinfected at least once a day in accordance with the provisions of article 6.

b) The use of single-use tablecloths will be prioritized. In the event that this is not possible, the use of the same tablecloths or trivets with different clients should be avoided, opting for materials and solutions that facilitate their change between services and their mechanical washing in washing cycles between 60 and 90 degrees centigrade.

c) Dispensers of hydroalcoholic gels or disinfectants with virucidal activity authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health must be made available to the public, in any case at the entrance of the establishment or premises and at the exit of the bathrooms, which must always be in good condition. of use.

d) The use of letters in common use will be avoided, opting for the use of their own electronic devices, blackboards, posters or other similar means.

e) Auxiliary elements of the service, such as crockery, glassware, cutlery or table linen, among others, will be stored in closed rooms and, if this is not possible, far from areas where customers and workers pass.

f) Self-service products such as napkin rings, toothpicks, cruets, oil cans, and other similar utensils will be eliminated, prioritizing disposable monodose or their service in other formats upon customer request.

g) An itinerary will be established on the premises to avoid crowds in certain areas and prevent contact between clients.

h) The use of the toilets by customers will comply with the provisions of article 6.5.

i) The working personnel who perform the table service must guarantee the safety distance from the customer and apply the hygiene and prevention procedures necessary to avoid the risk of contagion.

CHAPTER V
Of sheltered housing, residential centers for people with disabilities and residential centers for the elderly
Article 20. Visits to supervised housing, residential centers for people with disabilities and residential centers for the elderly.
1. Autonomous communities and autonomous cities may allow visits to residents of sheltered housing, residential centers for people with disabilities and residential centers for the elderly within their territorial scope. In the latter case, these visits will preferably be made in exceptional cases, such as the end of life or the relief of neurocognitive decompensation of the resident.

In any case, in the visits referred to in this section, the following will apply:

a) The visit must be previously arranged with the supervised dwelling or the residential center.

b) Visits will be limited to one person per resident.

c) During the visit, the use of protective equipment appropriate to the level of risk will be compulsory for both the visitor and the resident.

d) The residential center must have specific procedures to regulate the entry and exit of visitors in order to avoid crowds with workers and other residents.

e) During the visit, the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities must be observed, and in particular the maintenance of the two-meter safety distance and hand hygiene.

f) Those other measures established by the autonomous communities and autonomous cities for reasons of public health.

2. It will not be possible to use the authorization provided in the previous section in those sheltered homes, residential centers for people with disabilities and residential centers for the elderly in which there are confirmed cases of COVID-19, or in which a resident is found in quarantine for having had close contact with someone with symptoms or diagnosed with COVID-19.

CHAPTER VI
Conditions for the reopening of the residences for researchers
Article 21. Opening of residences for researchers.
1. Residences, buildings, centers and facilities, of a public or private nature, whose purpose is the accommodation and provision of hotel and restaurant services to scientific, technical and research personnel in all areas, and who have stopped their activity, They may resume it.

The conditions provided in Chapter XIII of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, will apply, as well as those provided in Chapters IV and VII of this order, which are applicable to them.

2. Prior to reopening, the residences, buildings, centers and facilities referred to in the previous section will be cleaned and disinfected.

Likewise, periodic cleaning and disinfection of the premises and facilities of the residences, centers and facilities will be carried out in the terms provided in article 6. In addition, it must be guaranteed that, once the work shift is over, and prior to the entrance of the new shift, the work environment will be disinfected.

3. The establishment of a shift work regime or other adaptation of working hours for the workers of said residences will be encouraged, in order to guarantee the protection measures provided for in this order, in accordance with the regulations resulting from application.

4. It will correspond to the directors or maximum people in charge of the residences that restart their activity to agree in a motivated way the application of the arranged thing in the present article.

5. In the case of residences, centers, buildings or facilities belonging to, linked to or attached to the state public sector, the adoption of the measures provided for in this article shall be carried out in accordance with its own applicable regulations.

CHAPTER VII
Conditions for the reopening of the common areas of hotels and tourist accommodation
Article 22. Reopening of common areas of hotels and tourist accommodation.
1. The public areas of hotels and tourist accommodation that have suspended their opening to the public may be reopened to the public by virtue of Order SND / 257/2020, of March 19, declaring the suspension of opening of tourist accommodation establishments to the public, provided that they do not exceed a third of their capacity.

2. The provisions of Chapter IV shall apply to the hotel and restaurant services of hotels and tourist accommodation.

3. The provisions of this order shall be understood without prejudice to the provisions of Order TMA / 277/2020, of March 23, which declares essential services to certain tourist accommodations and adopts complementary provisions.

Article 23. Hygiene and prevention measures required of the common areas of hotels and tourist accommodation.
1. Each establishment must determine the capacity of the different common spaces, as well as those places where events can be held and the safest conditions for their implementation according to the maximum capacity provided in the previous article and in accordance with hygiene measures. , protection and minimum distance indicated.

2. Those closed spaces where events, entertainment activities or gyms are going to be held must be ventilated two hours before use.

3. Animation activities or group classes must be designed and planned with a maximum capacity of twenty people and respecting the minimum safety distance between people and between them and the entertainer or coach. Otherwise, masks must be used. Animation activities or group classes will preferably take place outdoors and the exchange of objects will be avoided.

4. The corresponding disinfection of objects and material used in the animation activities will be carried out after each use and hydroalcoholic gel or disinfectants with virucidal activity authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health and surface disinfectant will be provided.

5. In the case of sports facilities, the hygiene and prevention measures provided for in articles 42 and 43 of this order and in article 41 of Order SND / 399/2020 of May 9 will be applied.

Likewise, for swimming pools and spas, the establishment will determine the guidelines and recommendations for their use, in accordance with the prevention and hygiene standards established by the health authorities, and the provisions of chapter X apply.

CHAPTER VIII
Flexibility measures in the field of culture
Section 1. Conditions in which the activity of libraries must be carried out
Article 24. Authorized services in libraries.
1. Libraries, both publicly and privately owned, will provide the services established in Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, and those expressly provided for in this article.

2. Consultation activities may be carried out in the room provided that one third of the authorized capacity is not exceeded. When a user leaves a reading station, it must be cleaned and disinfected.

3. It will be possible to make use of the computers and computing means of the libraries destined for the public use of the citizens, as well as of online public access catalogs, catalogs on library cards or electronic publications. All of them should be cleaned after each use.

4. The interlibrary loan will be allowed between the libraries located in one of the territorial units provided in the annex, and the works object of this loan must proceed in the same way as with the home loan works.

5. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding sections, children’s rooms and open access collections will remain closed.

6. The hygiene, prevention and information measures provided for in articles 24 and 25 of Order SND / 399/2020 of May 9 will apply.

Section 2. Conditions in which the reopening of exhibition halls to the public and their activity must take place
Article 25. Reopening of the exhibition halls to the public.
The exhibition rooms whose activity would have been suspended after the declaration of the state of alarm by virtue of the provisions of article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, may be reopened to the public, provided that it is not exceeded one third of the authorized capacity and the necessary measures are adopted for the due control of the agglomerations, fulfilling the requirements established in this order.

Article 26. Hygiene and prevention measures applicable to exhibition halls.
1. Rooms with information and customer service desks must install physical protection elements and barriers in the visitor reception area.

2. The rooms must proceed with the installation of posters with specific rules and recommendations for the public, especially to remind them of the need to maintain an interpersonal distance of two meters. Likewise, it will be necessary to proceed to the installation of signaling vinyls with indications on the safety distance, to avoid queues or crowds from forming at the entrance and / or exit of the establishment or center.

3. The use of the toilets shall comply with the provisions of article 6.5.

Article 27. Adaptation of cleaning services.
1. The rooms will proceed prior to reopening to carry out in-depth cleaning and disinfection.

2. The cleaning and disinfection of the exhibition or storage spaces in which cultural assets are deposited will be carried out in accordance with the specific recommendations for this type of area established by the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain (IPCE).

3. In spaces without cultural property, cleaning will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of article 6.

Article 28. Adaptation of customer care services.
1. Each room will assess the need to modify the provision of customer service, taking into account the requirements for capacity control and the possible rotational opening of spaces.

2. The public service staff of the room must inform visitors about the hygiene and prevention measures against COVID-19 that must be observed during the visit and will ensure compliance. Likewise, said staff will check that the permitted capacity is not exceeded.

Article 29. Specific measures for the works associated with the assembly and disassembly of temporary exhibitions.
1. In order to avoid the confluence of workers of different specialties typical of the activity of assembly and disassembly of temporary exhibitions, the rooms will endeavor to maintain the interpersonal distance of two meters at all times.

2. Cleaning and disinfection must be carried out, at least once a day, inside the cabins of vehicles of transport companies, as well as the gripping points of machinery, auxiliary elements and tools that are used during assembly, which each company must provide.

3. In the event that there are several companies participating in an assembly or disassembly, the rooms will design the hourly staggering of the entrances and exits of the same, concentrating the work of each company on different days and times, and avoiding to the extent if possible the coincidence in the same space of different companies.

4. The rooms will plan the internal movements of personnel and cultural assets and will ensure the reduction, as far as possible, of the number of staff of each of the companies in the room, even if this means lengthening the work schedules.

Article 30. Visit and attention to the public.
1. Those responsible for the rooms will avoid holding exhibition opening events that could lead to an agglomeration of people in a closed space.

2. Likewise, the necessary measures will be adopted to avoid crowds during visits and attention to the public or the development of their activity.

3. The cloakroom service and the left luggage service cannot be provided.

4. The use of the exposed elements designed for tactile use by the visitor will be disabled. Audio guides, brochures or other similar material will also not be available to visitors.

5. The rooms may adopt any other additional measures they deem necessary based on their specific characteristics and their conditions of public visit to comply with the prevention and hygiene measures established by the health authorities.

Section 3. Conditions in which the activity of visiting monuments and other cultural facilities must take place
Article 31. Reopening to the public of monuments and other cultural facilities.
Monuments and other cultural facilities affected by the containment measures provided for in article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, may be reopened to the public, provided that the visits do not exceed one third of the authorized capacity and subject to the requirements established in this order.

In no case may other cultural activities other than visits take place in them.

Article 32. Hygiene and prevention measures applicable to monuments and other cultural facilities.
1. Accesses and places of control, information and attention to the public must install physical protection elements and barriers for control and surveillance personnel.

2. Signs with specific rules and recommendations for the public will be placed at all accesses to the buildings, remembering the need to maintain an interpersonal distance of two meters. Likewise, the installation of signaling elements with indications on the safety distance must be carried out, to avoid queues or crowds at the entrance and / or exit of the buildings.

3. The use of the toilets shall comply with the provisions of article 6.5.

Article 33. Adaptation of cleaning services.
1. The properties must undergo, prior to reopening, selective cleaning and disinfection of the parts accessible to the public, following the standards recommended by the Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain (IPCE) for this type of property depending on their nature. and characteristics.

2. The cleaning and disinfection of the exhibition or storage spaces included in these properties in which cultural assets are deposited will be carried out in accordance with the specific recommendations for this type of area established by the IPCE.

3. In spaces without cultural property, cleaning will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of article 6.

4. The managers and managers of the properties will carry out an analysis and diagnosis of their particular conditions, the routes of the visitors and the elements with the possibility of becoming sources of contagion, establishing a disinfection and cleaning strategy proportionate to the risks , without compromising recognized cultural values.

Places where the safety of visitors cannot be guaranteed due to their special conditions or the impossibility of carrying out the necessary disinfection tasks, will be excluded from the public visit.

Article 34. Adaptation of public attention services.
1. Each cultural facility will assess the need to modify the provision of customer service, taking into account the requirements for capacity control and a possible rotational opening of spaces.

2. The public attention personnel must inform visitors about the hygiene and prevention measures against COVID-19 that must be observed during the visit and will ensure compliance. Likewise, said personnel will control that the permitted capacity is not exceeded.

Article 35. Specific measures for the sites of Monuments and other cultural facilities with shared use with non-cultural activities.
1. To avoid the confluence of workers, researchers, residents or users of the buildings with the visitors of these facilities due to their cultural nature, the spaces where there may be traffic interference between the two will be marked and, if possible , beaconing to ensure the maintenance of interpersonal distance.

2. In religious places with worship, such as churches, collegiates or cathedrals or occupied by religious communities such as monasteries, abbeys or convents, compulsory routes will be established to separate circulations, ensuring at all times the interpersonal distance of two meters recommended by part of the health authorities. When it is not possible to comply with these conditions, the use of masks will be required of visitors or different visiting hours will be established.

3. In the case of residential architecture, such as palaces, collective houses or private residences, schedules will be organized to avoid interference between residents and visiting activities.

4. In the case of historical gardens, the areas where maintenance work is carried out will be delimited to avoid interference with visiting activities.

5. The designation of obligatory and independent routes for residents, real estate workers and their visitors will be carried out taking into account the fulfillment of the evacuation conditions required by the applicable regulations.

Article 36. Conditions for the visit and attention to the public.
1. Those responsible for the buildings will allow only individual visits, or visits by cohabitants, avoiding the carrying out of parallel or complementary activities unrelated to the visit itself.

2. The cloakroom service and the left-luggage service cannot be provided, the managers reserving the right of admission when visitors carry objects such as bags, backpacks or the like that pose a danger to the safety of the people or the property under custody.

The use of the exposed elements designed for a tactile use by the visitor will be disabled. Audio guides, room brochures or other similar material will also not be available to visitors.

3. Those responsible for the buildings may take any other additional measures they deem necessary based on their specific characteristics and their conditions of public visit to comply with the prevention and hygiene measures established by the health authorities.

Article 37. Measures of capacity control.
1. The reduction to a third of the capacity, established in article 31, will be calculated with respect to the capacity provided in the corresponding Self-Protection Plan of the property or premises for its closed and free spaces.

2. Without prejudice to the provisions of article 34, the limit set forth in the previous section will be subject to control both in box office sales and online ticket sales. For this, if necessary, each monument or cultural facility will make available to the public a maximum number of tickets per hour.

3. When the characteristics of the property imply that the restriction of the capacity to one third does not allow to comply with the recommended distance, the application of the interpersonal safety distance will prevail as a criterion to determine the maximum allowed capacity.

Section 4. Conditions in which the activity of cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and similar spaces, and of other premises and establishments intended for cultural acts and shows, must take place.
Article 38. Activity of cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and similar spaces and of other premises and establishments intended for cultural acts and shows.
1. All the cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and similar spaces, whose activity had been suspended after the declaration of the state of alarm by virtue of the provisions of article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, may resume in the terms provided in this order, provided they have pre-assigned seats and do not exceed one third of the authorized capacity.

2. In the case of premises and establishments other than those provided for in the preceding section, intended for cultural acts and shows, the resumption of activity will be subject to the following requirements:

a) If it is held indoors, a third of the authorized capacity may not be exceeded, nor may more than fifty people gather.

b) In the case of outdoor activities, the public must remain seated, keeping the necessary distance and may not exceed a third of the authorized capacity, or gather more than four hundred people.

c) In any case, when resuming the activity, the provisions of this order must be observed.

3. The requirements and measures contemplated in articles 34, 35, 36 and 37 of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, with the specialties that will be applied in the development of the activities provided in the previous sections. indicated in this article. References made in Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, to performances, shows or functions will be understood to be made also to the film sessions or cultural act or show in question.

4. The online or telephone sale of the ticket will be recommended, and, in case of purchase at the box office, the provisions of article 6.6 will apply.

5. The provision of complementary services is allowed, such as a store, cafeteria or the like, which will comply with the rules that this order establishes for said activities. No cloakroom or left luggage service will be provided.

6. During the care and accommodation process, the safety distance set by the health authorities will be kept between the room workers and the public.

7. The safety distance set by the health authorities in queues, entrances and exits of spectators must be guaranteed, as well as the establishment of agglomeration control systems when more than fifty people gather.

CHAPTER IX
Conditions under which sports activity must be carried out
Article 39. Basic training in federated non-professional leagues.
1. Athletes integrated into clubs participating in non-professional leagues will be able to carry out basic training sessions, aimed at a specific sports modality, individually and in compliance with the corresponding prevention and hygiene measures.

For the purposes of the provisions of this order, basic training shall be understood as individualized training, adapted to the special needs of each sports modality, developed in the training centers available to the clubs or in other types of facilities that are are open to the public.

2. The basic training of these athletes will be carried out in strict compliance with the prevention and hygiene measures established by the health authorities against COVID-19 regarding the maintenance of an interpersonal safety distance of at least two meters, hand washing, use of facilities. , sanitary protections, and all those related to the protection of athletes and auxiliary personnel of the facility.

3. The corresponding sports federation will issue the proper accreditation to the athletes integrated into it, considering, for these purposes, the sports license to be sufficient accreditation.

Article 40. Total or pre-competition training in professional leagues.
1. Professional sports clubs or Sports Public Limited Companies may carry out total training sessions aimed at a specific sports modality, complying with the corresponding prevention and hygiene measures.

For the purposes of the provisions of this order, total training shall be understood as the development of tasks aimed at the previous phase of the competition, including exhaustive tactical work, including joint actions in groups of various athletes up to a maximum of fourteen people.

2. If the concentration training regime is chosen, the specific measures established for this type of training by the health authorities and the Higher Sports Council must be complied with. Both if the residence service is required, as well as the opening of the restaurant and cafeteria services, the measures established in this order for this type of establishment must be complied with.

3. Training tasks will be carried out whenever possible in turns, avoiding exceeding fifty percent of the facility’s capacity for athletes.

4. The technical personnel necessary for the development of the same, as well as support staff and essential users, may attend the training sessions.

5. The changing rooms may be used.

6. Technical work meetings may be held with a maximum of fifteen participants, including the technician. In any case, the corresponding safety distance must be kept and the necessary protective measures must be used.

7. The referees may access the facilities, for their specific training, under the same regime and with the same conditions applicable to athletes and technical personnel, in accordance with the specific rules that regulate outdoor and closed sports facilities.

8. The training sessions cannot be attended by the media.

9. In any case, the prevention and protection measures established by the health authorities will be followed.

10. Periodic cleaning and disinfection of the facilities must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of article 6. Likewise, the material used by the athletes will be cleaned and disinfected at the end of each training shift and at the end of the day.

11. For the use of materials or the carrying out of activities in gyms it will be necessary to apply the appropriate protection measures for athletes and technicians. In general, athletes may not share any material for individual use. If this is not possible, any equipment or material used for tactical exercises or specific training sessions or for mechanical maintenance and of material or safety equipment, will have to be disinfected after each use.

Article 41. Resumption of the Professional Leagues competition.
1. The professional competition may be resumed as long as the evolution of the health situation allows it.

2. The competition will resume without a public and behind closed doors. The media will be allowed to enter the broadcast of the competition.

3. The number of people who will be able to access the stadiums and halls in which the professional competition takes place, as they are necessary for its proper development, will be determined by the Higher Sports Council prior to the start of the aforementioned competition, following the sanitary recommendations of hygiene and prevention.

4. In the facilities where the competition takes place, the prevention and protection measures established by the health authorities and the Higher Sports Council will be followed, in any case.

Article 42. Opening of covered sports facilities.
1. The covered sports facilities may be opened for sports activities with the limitations set forth in this article.

2. They can be accessed by anyone who wants to practice a sport, including high-level, high-performance, professional, federated, referee or judge athletes and federative technical personnel.

For the purposes of this order, a covered sports facility is considered to be any sports facility, regardless of whether it is located in a closed or open area, which is completely closed and has a roof and which allows the practice of a sports modality.

3. The sports activity will require prior appointment with the facility’s managing entity. To do this, time shifts will be organized, outside of which you will not be able to stay at the facility.

4. In covered sports facilities, individual sports or those practices that can be carried out by a maximum of two people in the case of modalities thus practiced may be allowed, always without physical contact, maintaining the appropriate security and protection measures, and in any case the social safety distance of two meters. Likewise, the limit of thirty percent of capacity for sports use in each facility will be respected, both in terms of access and during the practice itself, enabling an access system that prevents the accumulation of people and that complies with the safety and health protection measures.

5. Only a coach may access the athletes if necessary, a circumstance that must be duly accredited. Persons with disabilities or minors who require the presence of a companion are excepted.

6. The changing rooms may be used, respecting the provisions set forth in the general prevention and hygiene measures against COVID-19 indicated by the health authorities.

The provisions of this section will apply in this phase 2 to the sports centers regulated in article 42 of the SND Order 399/2020, of May 9.

7. The facilities will be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with the provisions of article 6. Likewise, at the end of each shift, the common areas will be cleaned and, each shift, they must be cleaned and disinfected. shared material after each use. At the end of the day, the facility will be cleaned, reducing the presence of staff to a minimum number sufficient for the adequate provision of the service.

8. In any case, the owners of the facility must comply with the basic standards of sanitary protection of the Ministry of Health. If other activities are carried out in the sports facility, or other non-sports additional services are provided, they must comply with the specific regulations that correspond in each case.

9. The provisions of this article shall not apply to indoor pools, which shall be governed by the provisions of article 43.

Article 43. Opening of swimming pools for sports use.
1. Open or covered swimming pools may be opened for sports activities with the limitations set forth in this article.

2. They can be accessed by any person, with preferential access for integrated athletes, through the corresponding license, in the sports federation whose sports modalities and specialties are developed in the aquatic environment; swimming, rescue and lifeguard, triathlon, modern pentalo and underwater activities.

3. The sports activity will require prior appointment with the facility’s managing entity. To do this, time shifts will be organized, outside of which you will not be able to stay at the facility.

4. Individual sports or those practices that can be carried out by a maximum of two people in the case of modalities practiced in this way, may be allowed in the pools, always without physical contact, maintaining the appropriate security and protection measures, and in any case the safety distance of two meters.

Likewise, the limit of thirty percent of capacity for sports use in each pool will be respected, both in terms of access and during the practice itself, except when the pool is divided by training lanes, a situation in which only An athlete may exercise on the street, enabling an access system that prevents the accumulation of people and that complies with safety and health protection measures.

5. Only a coach can access with athletes if necessary, a circumstance that must be duly accredited, with the exception of persons with disabilities or minors who require the presence of a companion.

6. The changing rooms may be used, respecting the provisions set forth in the general prevention and hygiene measures against COVID-19 indicated by the health authorities.

7. Cleaning and disinfection will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of articles 44 and 45. Likewise, at the end of each shift, the pool beach and common areas will be cleaned, and each shift , Shared material should be cleaned and disinfected after each use. At the end of the day, the facility will be cleaned, reducing the permanence of the staff to a minimum number sufficient for the adequate provision of the service.

8. In any case, the owners of the facility must comply with the basic standards of sanitary protection of the Ministry of Health. If other activities are carried out in the sports facility, or other non-sports additional services are provided, they must comply with the specific regulations that correspond in each case.

CHAPTER X
Conditions for the reopening of recreational pools to the public and use of beaches
Article 44. Reopening of recreational pools to the public.
1. The recreational pools may be opened to the public, access to which is permitted by any person.

The maximum capacity allowed will be thirty percent of the installation’s capacity, provided that it is possible to respect the safety distance between users of two meters. Otherwise, said capacity will be reduced in order to comply with the safety distance.

2. In order to access the pool, prior appointment will be required with the facility’s managing entity. For this, schedules will be organized in shifts, outside of which it will not be possible to stay in the facility.

3. Prior to opening, the facilities must be cleaned and disinfected with special attention to closed spaces such as changing rooms or bathrooms.

Likewise, the different equipment and materials such as, glass, ropes, auxiliary materials for classes, perimeter grid, first-aid kit, lockers, as well as any other in contact with users, that are part of the installation, must be cleaned and disinfected.

The biocides to be used for surface disinfection will be those of product type 2, referred to in Annex V of Regulation (EU) No. 528/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of May 22, 2012, regarding the marketing and use of biocides. Likewise, disinfectants such as dilutions of freshly prepared 1:50 bleach or any of the disinfectants with virucidal activity that are on the market and that have been authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health may be used.

4. The provisions of this article are understood without prejudice to the physical and chemical purification operations of the water necessary to obtain adequate water quality from the vessels in accordance with annexes I and II of Royal Decree 742/2013, of September 27 , which establishes the technical-sanitary criteria for swimming pools, with the carrying out of the pertinent controls, as well as compliance with the rest of the applicable regulations.

Article 45. Hygiene and prevention measures applicable to recreational pools.
1. The facility will be cleaned and disinfected daily in accordance with the provisions of article 6.

However, on surfaces in frequent contact with users’ hands, such as locker doors, or railings, cleaning and disinfection must be carried out at least three times a day.

2. Users will be reminded by means of visible signage or public address messages of the hygiene and prevention regulations to be observed, indicating the need to leave the facility in the event of any symptom compatible with COVID-19.

3. In the users’ areas of stay, a spatial distribution must be established to guarantee the safety distance of at least two meters between users by means of signs on the ground limiting the spaces. All personal objects, such as towels, must remain within the established two-meter security perimeter, avoiding contact with other users.

4. The use and cleaning of the toilets will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of article 6.5. Likewise, it must be verified that, at all times, they are provided with soap and / or hydroalcoholic gels or disinfectants with virucidal activity authorized and registered by the Ministry of Health.

5. It will not be possible to use the showers in the changing rooms or the water sources.

Article 46. Use of beaches.
The transit and stay on the beaches will be carried out in the terms provided for in section 2 of article 7 and, where appropriate, in sections 2 to 5 of article 45 of this order. Bathers must make a responsible use of the beach, both from an environmental and sanitary point of view, complying with the recommendations and standards established by the health authorities.

Likewise, the practice of sports, professional or recreational activities is allowed, as long as they can be carried out individually and without physical contact, allowing a minimum distance of two meters to be maintained between the participants.

CHAPTER XI
Conditions for the development of active tourism and nature activities
Article 47. Conditions for the development of active tourism and nature activities.
For the purposes of the provisions of article 47 of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, active and nature tourism activities may be carried out for groups of up to twenty people, under the same conditions as those established in said Article.

CHAPTER XII
Conditions for holding congresses, meetings, business meetings and conferences
Article 48. Holding of congresses, meetings, business meetings and conferences.
1. The holding of congresses, meetings, business meetings and conferences promoted by any public or private entities will be allowed. For these purposes, the conference halls, conference rooms, multipurpose rooms and other similar establishments and facilities will be opened.

2. At all times, said events must comply with the obligations of the required physical distance of two meters, without exceeding in any case the number of fifty attendees, and the non-attendance participation of those who can provide their activity remotely should be encouraged.

3. When the two-meter interpersonal security distance cannot be guaranteed between all attendees at said events, congresses and seminars, as well as that of the workers who provide their services in and for them, adequate protective equipment must be available for the level of risk, ensuring the development of such activities in conditions of safety, self-protection and social distancing and the cleaning and disinfection of the premises and facilities where they are carried out, for which purpose the provisions of article 6 will be followed.

4. It will correspond to the directors or maximum managers of the summoning entities of the acts to which this article refers, to agree in a motivated way the application of the provisions of the same.

5. In the case of the entities of the state public sector, the adoption of the measures provided for in this article will be carried out in accordance with the own rules that are applicable to them.

6. The provisions of this article are applicable to the holding of conferences, meetings, events and seminars in the field of scientific and technical research, development and innovation.

First additional provision. Control of compliance with the measures of this order.
The municipal, regional or special police inspection services, within the scope of their competences, will be in charge of monitoring compliance with the measures contained in this order, corresponding to the instruction of the sanctioning procedures that proceed to the competent authorities in accordance with applicable sectoral legislation.

Second additional provision. Orders and instructions in development or application of the alarm state.
The provisions of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, as well as other orders and instructions approved in development or application of the state of alarm declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, will be of application to the territorial units of phase 2 of the Plan for the transition to the new normality in everything that does not oppose or contradict the provisions of this order.

Third additional provision. Measures for commercial or promotional actions.
Commercial or promotional actions carried out by commercial establishments must be accompanied by measures to ensure that there are no crowds that prevent the maintenance of the safety distance, compliance with the limits of capacity, or that compromise the rest of measures established in this order, taking the appropriate measures to avoid them, including the immediate cessation of the aforementioned commercial or promotional actions if necessary.

First final provision. Modification of Order SND / 388/2020, of May 3, which establishes the conditions for the opening of certain shops and services to the public, and the opening of archives, as well as for the practice of professional and federated sport.
The following modifications are introduced in Order SND / 388/2020, of May 3, which establishes the conditions for the opening of certain shops and services to the public, and the opening of files, as well as for the practice of sport professional and federated:

One. Chapter I is deleted. Conditions for the opening to the public of retail establishments and premises and of similar services.

Two. The title of the article, section 1 and section 6 of article 8 are modified, which are worded as follows:

“Article 8. Professional athletes and qualified athletes of high level and high performance.
1. Professional athletes, in accordance with the provisions of Royal Decree 1006/1985, of June 26, which regulates the special employment relationship of professional athletes, and athletes qualified by the Higher Sports Council as athletes of high level or of national interest, as well as those qualified by the autonomous communities as high-performance athletes, may carry out training individually and outdoors, within the limits of the province in which the athlete resides. For it:

a) They may freely access, if necessary, those natural areas in which they must carry out their sporting activities, such as the sea, rivers, or reservoirs, among others.

b) They may use the necessary sports equipment and equipment.

The development of training and the use of the material must be carried out, in any case, maintaining the corresponding social distancing and hygiene measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, indicated by the health authorities. ”

“6. The corresponding sports federation will issue the proper accreditation to the athletes integrated in it who meet these requirements, considering, for these purposes, the sports license or the High Level or High Performance Athlete certificate as sufficient accreditation. ”

Three. Section 9 of article 9 is amended, which is worded as follows:

“one. The federated athletes not included in the previous article may carry out training individually, in open air spaces, twice a day, between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. 00 hours, and within the limits of the province in which they have their residence.

The autonomous communities and autonomous cities may agree that, within their territorial scope, the time periods provided for in this article begin up to two hours before and end up to two hours later, as long as the total duration of said time periods is not increased.

To carry out these trainings, if necessary, said athletes may freely access those natural spaces in which they must carry out their sports activities, such as the sea, rivers, or reservoirs, among others.

However, if animals are involved in the sport practiced, the practice can be done outdoors, individually, in the place where they stay, by appointment, and during the same period of time. ”

Four. A new additional single provision is introduced with the following wording.

“Unique additional provision. Other additional flexibility measures in retail, social services, education and universities, science and innovation, libraries and museums, and professional and federated sports.
The provisions of section 2 of chapter I, articles 8 and 9, chapter III, chapters V to IX, articles 38 to 40 and the second additional provision of Order SND / 399 will apply in this phase. / 2020, of May 9, for the relaxation of certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality. ”

Second final provision. Modification of Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, for the relaxation of certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normality.
The following modifications are introduced in Order SND / 399/2020, of May 9, for the relaxation of certain national restrictions, established after the declaration of the state of alarm in application of phase 1 of the Plan for the transition to a new normal:

One. Section 1 of article 2 is amended, which is worded as follows:

“Article 2. Scope of application.
1. This order will be applied to the activities object of the same that are developed in the territorial units that appear in the annex, as well as to the people residing in said units, in accordance with the provisions of the second paragraph of article 3 of Royal Decree 514/2020, of May 8, which extends the state of alarm declared by Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14.

Notwithstanding the foregoing, the provisions of Chapters VIII, IX, X and XI, as well as the provisions of Articles 41 and 42, shall not apply to the territorial units contemplated in section fifteen of the annex, and the provisions Article 22 does not apply to the territorial units referred to in section eight of the annex. ”

Two. Section 2 of article 8 is amended, which is worded as follows:

“2. Participation in the entourage for the burial or farewell for cremation of the deceased person is restricted to a maximum of fifteen people, including relatives and close friends, in addition to, where appropriate, the minister of worship or similar person of the respective confession for the practice of funeral rites of farewell to the deceased.

In the territorial units referred to in section eight of the annex, the wake may be held in the facilities provided for such use only from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. ”

Three. Article 10 is amended to read as follows:

“Article 10. Reopening of retail establishments and commercial premises and of similar services.
1. It may proceed to reopen to the public all retail establishments and commercial premises and professional service activities whose activity had been suspended after the declaration of the state of alarm under the provisions of article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020 , of March 14, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis situation caused by COVID-19, provided that they have a useful exhibition and sale area equal to or less than 400 square meters, being able , in the case of exceeding this limit, limit the space that is reopened to the public adjusting to this threshold, provided that they meet all the following requirements:

a) That the total capacity in commercial premises be reduced to thirty percent. In the case of establishments distributed in several plants, the presence of clients in each one of them must keep this same proportion. In any case, a minimum distance of two meters between clients must be guaranteed. In commercial premises where it is not possible to maintain this distance, only permanence within a client’s premises will be allowed.

b) That a service schedule be established with priority service for those over 65 years of age.

c) That they additionally comply with the measures included in this chapter.

2. In the case of establishments and commercial premises that are within parks or shopping centers, they may be reopened to the public as long as they have a useful exhibition area and sale to the public equal to or less than 400 square meters or delimit it at this threshold, and have direct and independent access from public roads.

3. The provisions of this chapter, with the exception of the safety and hygiene measures provided for in articles 4, 11 and 12, shall not apply to retail establishments and commercial premises that were already open to the public in accordance with the article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, of March 14, which may continue to be open, being able to expand the useful surface of exhibition and sale up to 400 square meters, for the sale of products authorized in said article 10.1 or other different ones.

4. Likewise, automotive dealers, vehicle technical inspection stations and garden centers and plant nurseries may reopen it to the public, by using the previous appointment, regardless of their useful exhibition area and sale.

Likewise, state-owned public gaming concessionaires may reopen them to the public, with the exception of those located within shopping centers or commercial parks, without direct and independent access from public roads.

5. All establishments and premises that may proceed to reopen to the public in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, may establish, where appropriate, collection systems at the premises of products purchased by telephone or on the internet, provided that they guarantee collection staggered to avoid crowds inside the premises or its access.

6. A preferential home delivery system may be established for certain groups.

7. When the corresponding Town Councils so decide, and having to communicate this decision to the competent health authority of the autonomous community, the markets that carry out their activity outdoors or non-sedentary sales on public roads may reopen it , commonly called flea markets, giving preference to those of food and basic necessity products and ensuring that the products marketed in them guarantee their non-manipulation by consumers. The City Councils will establish distance requirements between positions and market delimitation conditions in order to guarantee safety and distance between workers, clients and pedestrians.

In any case, a limitation to twenty-five percent of the usual or authorized positions and an influx of less than a third of the usual capacity will be guaranteed, alternatively, the surface area authorized for the exercise of this activity may be increased in such a way as to produce an effect equivalent to the aforementioned limitation. ”

Four. Article 14 is amended to read as follows:

“Article 14. Measures regarding capacity for establishments and premises open to the public.
1. Establishments and premises must expose the maximum capacity of each premises to the public and ensure that said capacity, as well as the interpersonal safety distance of two meters is respected inside.

2. To do this, establishments and premises must establish systems that allow the count and control of the capacity, so that it is not exceeded at any time, and that must include the workers themselves.

3. The organization of the movement of people and the distribution of spaces must be modified, when necessary, in order to guarantee the possibility of maintaining the interpersonal security distances required at all times by the Ministry of Health. Preferably, whenever a room has two or more doors, a different use can be established for entry and exit, thus reducing the risk of crowding.

4. Establishments and commercial premises that have a surface area for exhibition and sale to the public greater than 400 square meters that are reopened in accordance with the provisions of article 10, may use marks, beacons, signage or signage to guarantee the maintenance of the interpersonal safety distance and better control of access and management of people in order to avoid any crowding. If necessary, these establishments may set up a waiting area inside them, in addition to the authorized 400 square meters, guaranteeing compliance with the rest of the safety and hygiene measures.

5. In establishments and commercial premises that have their own car parks for their employees and clients, when access to the facilities, the readers of tickets and employee cards could not be carried out automatically without contact, this will be replaced by manual control. and continuous by the security personnel, for better monitoring of the capacity regulations. These staff will also monitor compliance with the standards of staggered arrival and departure of employees to and from their job, according to the shifts established by the center.

In your case, and unless strict security reasons recommend otherwise, the doors that are in the path between the parking lot and the access to the store or the employees’ locker rooms will remain open to avoid manipulation of the opening mechanisms. »

Five. Article 17 is amended to read as follows:

“Article 17. Services and benefits in the field of social services.
1. Social services must guarantee the effective provision of all the services and benefits included in the Reference Catalog of Social Services, approved by the Territorial Council of Social Services and the System for Autonomy and Care for Dependency. For this, the competent authorities of the autonomous communities may determine the reopening to the public of the centers and services where said services and benefits are provided, taking into account the epidemiological situation of each center or service, and the response capacity of the health system concerned.

2. Priority will be given to the fact that the services and benefits referred to in the previous section are carried out electronically, reserving in-person care for those cases in which it is essential.

When the aforementioned services and benefits must be performed in person, compliance with the following requirements will be guaranteed:

a) Observance of the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities, especially the maintenance of social distance, respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene.

b) Use of protective equipment appropriate to the level of risk by both workers and users.

3. In those services aimed at caring for vulnerable people that involve close contact and / or collective accommodation, such as home help services, services provided in day centers and residential centers of a social nature, the competent authorities of The Autonomous Communities may determine the adoption of additional measures in terms of monitoring and follow-up of cases, adoption of isolation or quarantine procedures, traceability of contacts, and diagnostic tests.

4. In any case, the availability of access to therapy, rehabilitation, early care and day care services will be guaranteed for people with disabilities and / or in situations of dependency. ”

Six. Article 33 is amended, which is worded as follows:

«Article 33. Reopening of the premises and establishments where cultural acts and shows take place.
It will be possible to reopen to the public all the premises and establishments where cultural acts and shows take place whose activity had been suspended after the declaration of the state of alarm by virtue of the provisions of article 10.1 of Royal Decree 463/2020, March 14, provided they do not exceed a third of the authorized capacity. In addition, if they are carried out in closed places, there may not be more than thirty people in total and, if they are outdoors, the maximum authorized capacity will be two hundred people, without prejudice to the provisions of the following paragraph, and provided that they comply with the requirements of this order.

The following specialties will apply:

a) In the territorial units contemplated in section eight of the annex, the maximum authorized capacity will be twenty people indoors and one hundred people outdoors.

b) In the territorial units contemplated in section ten of the annex, the maximum authorized capacity will be thirty people, both indoors and outdoors.

c) In the territorial unit contemplated in section thirteen of the annex, the maximum authorized capacity in outdoor places will be fifty people. ”

Seven. A new chapter XV is included with the following content:

“CHAPTER XV
Conditions for the development of hunting activity and sport and recreational fishing
Article 48. Hunting activity.
1. Hunting is allowed in all its forms, provided that the safety distance and the hygiene and prevention measures established by the health authorities are respected.

2. For the development of organized hunting activity that involves more than one hunter, an action plan must be available from the person in charge detailing the prevention and hygiene measures to be observed.

Article 49. Sport and recreational fishing.
The practice of sport and recreational fishing in all its modalities is allowed as long as the safety distance and the hygiene and prevention measures set by the health authorities are respected.

Article 50. Hygiene and prevention measures applicable to hunting activity and sport and recreational fishing.
During the development of hunting and sport fishing and recreational activities provided for in this chapter, the general prevention and hygiene measures against COVID-19 indicated by the health authorities will be followed, and in particular:

a) When it is not possible to maintain the established safety distance, the use of a mask will be mandatory.

b) No hunting or fishing utensils or food or drink tools will be shared.

c) The wardrobe must be cleaned and disinfected after use in accordance with the provisions of article 6.

d) The hunting and fishing utensils used must be cleaned and disinfected. ”

Eight. The second additional provision is amended to read as follows:

“Second additional provision. Measures for commercial or promotional actions.
Commercial or promotional actions carried out by commercial establishments must be accompanied by measures to ensure that there are no crowds that prevent the maintenance of the safety distance, compliance with the limits of capacity, or compromise the rest of the measures. established in this order, and must adopt the appropriate measures to avoid them, including the immediate cessation of the aforementioned commercial or promotional actions if necessary. ”

Nine. The annex that is drawn up in the following terms is modified:

“ANNEXED
Territorial units
1. In the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, the provinces of Almería, Córdoba, Cádiz, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga and Seville.

2. In the Autonomous Community of Aragon, the provinces of Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel.

3. In the Autonomous Community of the Principality of Asturias, the entire province of Asturias.

4. In the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, the islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza.

5. In the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and La Palma.

6. In the Autonomous Community of Cantabria, the entire province of Cantabria.

7. In the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León, the following basic health areas:

a) In the province of Ávila, the basic health areas of Muñico, Mombeltrán, Madrigal de las Altas Torres and San Pedro Arroyo.

b) In the province of Burgos, the basic health areas of Sedano, Valle de Losa, Quintanar de la Sierra, Espinosa de los Monteros, Pampliega, Valle de Mena, Huerta de Rey, Melgar Fernamental, Valle Tobalina, Roa de Duero and Valdebezana Valley.

c) In the province of León, the basic health areas of Truchas, Matallana de Torio, Riaño, Mansilla Mulas, Sahagún de Campos, Valderas, Bembibre, Cacabelos, Fabero, Puente Domingo Flórez, Toreno, Villablino, Villafranca del Bierzo, Ponferrada I, Ponferrada II, Ponferrada III and Ponferrada IV.

d) In the province of Palencia, the basic health areas of Torquemada, Cervera de Pisuerga, Guardo, Paredes de Nava and Villamuriel de Cerrato.

e) In the Salamanca province, the basic health areas of Robleda, Aldeadávila de la Ribera, Lumbrales, Miranda del Castañar, Calzada de Valdunciel, Cantalapiedra, Fuenteguinaldo, Peñaranda, Fuentes de Oñoro and Matilla Caños.

f) In the province of Segovia, the basic health areas of Sepúlveda and Navafría.

g) In the province of Soria, the basic health areas of San Pedro Manrique, Berlanga de Duero and Olvega.

h) In the province of Valladolid, the basic health areas of Alaejos, Mayorga de Campos, Esguevillas de Esgueva, Mota del Marqués and Villafrechos.

i) In the province of Zamora, the basic health areas of Alta Sanabria, Carbajales de Alba, Tábara, Santibáñez de Vidriales, Alcañices (Aliste), Corrales del Vino, Villalón de Campos, Villalpando, Camarzana de Tera, Villarín and Mombuey.

8. In the Autonomous Community of Castilla-La Mancha, the provinces of Guadalajara, Cuenca, Toledo, Albacete and Ciudad Real.

9. In the Autonomous Community of Catalonia, the health regions of Camp de Tarragona, Alt Pirineu i Aran, Terres de l’Ebre, Girona, Lleida and Central Catalonia, as well as the healthcare management areas of Alt Penedès and Garraf (metropolitan region South).

10. In the Valencian Community, the provinces of Castellón / Castelló, Valencia / València, and Alicante / Alacant.

11. In the Autonomous Community of Extremadura, the provinces of Cáceres and Badajoz.

12. In the Autonomous Community of Galicia, the provinces of Lugo, A Coruña, Ourense and Pontevedra.

13. In the Region of Murcia, the entire province of Murcia.

14. In the Autonomous Community of Navarra, the entire province of Navarra.

15. In the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country, the historical territories of Araba / Álava, Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa.

16. In the Autonomous Community of La Rioja, the entire province of La Rioja.

17. The Autonomous City of Ceuta.

18. The Autonomous City of Melilla. »

Third final provision. Resource regime.
Against this order, a contentious-administrative appeal may be filed within two months from the day following its publication before the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court, in accordance with the provisions of article 12 of the Law 29/1998, of July 13, regulating the Contentious-Administrative Jurisdiction.

Fourth final provision. Specific security plans, organizational protocols and guides.
The measures provided by this order may be completed by specific security plans, organizational protocols and guides adapted to each activity sector, approved by the Public Administrations or their dependent or related bodies, once the parties involved have been heard, as well as by those that they be agreed in the business field between the workers themselves, through their representatives, and the businessmen or associations and employers of each sector.

Fifth final provision. Effects and validity.
This order will take full effect from 00:00 hours on May 18, 2020 and will remain effective for the entire duration of the state of alarm and its possible extensions.

Madrid, May 16, 2020. – The Minister of Health, Salvador Illa Roca.

ANNEXED
Territorial units
1. In the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, the islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Graciosa.

2. In the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands, the island of Formentera.

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