Health alert level two placed on entire province of Sevilla

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THE province of Sevilla is now at alert level two. The Public Health Alerts Committee has decided to lower the alert level of the North and East districts and place them at two, the same as the other three districts so that the entire province will have the same capacity limitations and public activities.

As reported by Andalucia Informacion, after progressively reducing the incidence rate of the North and South districts, the Alerts Committee has decided that both go to level two, thus unifying the entire province, which is below the 200 incidence rate. As a result, the same capacity and activity limitations, which were already established for the districts of the capital, Aljarafe and Sur now apply to all districts within the province.

With alert level two, the capacity in hotels and restaurants rises to 75 per cent indoors, with terraces at 100 per cent, bar consumption allowed and with a limit of people at tables of six people indoors and eight outdoors. In pubs and discos, 50 per cent of maximum capacity indoors, tables of six, and 100 per cent in terraces, tables of eight, allowing small musical performances outdoors but no dancing.

Regarding family gatherings and celebrations, for wakes and funerals, the maximum is 15 people indoors and 25 outdoors; while for weddings, baptisms and communions the capacity is 60 per cent, without exceeding 75 per cent with a maximum of 200 people indoors, six seated at a table and 400 outdoors with eight allowed per table.

Recreational activities such as sports facilities, the capacity is 65 per cent, with a maximum of 400 people indoors and 800 outdoors, with gyms at 40 per cent capacity, while for outdoor swimming pools 100 per cent occupancy is allowed but is limited to 75 per cent in indoor pools.

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Diane Burke

Diane is from Limerick, Ireland and has previously lived in Seville. Having graduated with a Masters in Journalism and Public Relations she has a keen interest in digital media. As well as her passion for news, she enjoys learning about human psychology, practising pilates and has a soft spot for tapas!


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