Safety limits for capacity

Capacity: Town Hall has decided to limit the capacity of all municipally owned spaces. Credit: Ayto de Motril

MOTRIL Town Hall has decided to limit the capacity of all municipally owned spaces, facilities and buildings, both interior and exterior, intended for leisure, culture, sports, shows, meetings, conferences or any other type of social event to two-thirds of the allowed and, in any case, never more than 250 people.

The decision has been taken on in view of the outbreaks and infections that have occurred after the state of alarm and the different phases of de-escalation.
Among the measures adopted by the local Executive, the Provincial Health Delegation of the Andalucian Government in Granada was officially requested to double the number of trackers destined for Motril and the South health district in order to establish traceability of infections and prevent new infections.
The local government also issued the appropriate instructions to the Policia Local to intensify control and surveillance measures to control the closing times of the terraces and compliance with the capacity of the terraces and nightlife venues, as well as the correct use of masks. The measures adopted also affect the Municipal Residence for the Elderly of San Luis, where family visits have been restricted.

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