Barcelona Chamber of Commerce Proposes ‘Safe Opening’ of Bars and Restaurants

Barcelona Chamber of Commerce Proposes ‘Safe Opening’ of Bars and Restaurants to Save the Hospitality Sector.

The Barcelona Chamber of Commerce wants the restaurant sector to be able to start work again after more than two weeks of closure due to the worsening pandemic. Chairman Joan Canadell will send the government and the Procicat committee a proposal for a safe reopening, which has already been agreed with the sector.

Mandatory mask, COVID agents to ensure regulations and rapid tests, are some of the keys to the reopening plan Speaking to Rac -1,  Canadell said it was feasible for each restaurant to have its own agent. “This agent must ensure compliance with the rules, must inform customers, report complaints if any or inform the authority if a customer does not comply with the rules,” he said.

The plan also states that the use of reserved areas of the premises should be prioritized, specific capacities should be set for bars and restaurants, depending on their area, partitions should be installed between diners if necessary, and quick tests should be carried out using agreements with the nearest pharmacies.

Over the weekend, Barcelona experienced riots and clashes with over the COVID curfew and restrictions.

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