By Tara Rippin • 30 June 2020 • 13:12
THE council has also placed information boards explaining the direction which should be followed and enforcing the mandatory use of masks.
Councillor for Markets, Antonio Vidal, said: “From today, June 30, the Paseo is open at 100 per cent of its capacity, and safety measures must be respected.
“Vendors will have to stay inside the establishments and customers will have to keep the security distance, whenever possible, and will not be able to access the interior of the stalls, but will have to stay in front of them.”
The Paseo de la Libertad reopened on May 24 with a capacity of 50 per cent.
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