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Although there has been no change in alert levels this week and all Canary Islands stay at their current level for one more week, the Government has decided to relax the rules and restrictions for each level, despite the fact that the hospital pressure continues to be high.
The Government Council of the Canary Islands agreed in its meeting on Thursday to continue with relaxing the measures put in place for each alert level, so the new rules will be applicable from 00:00 on February 11, 2022 until midnight on March 10, 2022, with the possibility of extension depending on the epidemiological situation.
So what are the main changes in alert levels in the Canary Islands?
The agreement reached by the Government means the suspension of the restrictive measures that were applied on the islands in alert level 4, where the level 3 measures will go into force. In the same way, on the islands that are now in level 3, the measures applied will correspond to level 2 and when some of the islands will move to level 2, the measures from level 1 will apply.
The relaxation of measures at a level lower than that established one on each island affects all activities and establishments subject to limitations due to the pandemic.
Maximum people in a group
In this way, it is established that groups of people in spaces for public and private use, closed or outdoors, must be of a maximum of :
The new closing times for establishments are as follows:
Maximum capacity in bars, restaurants, hotels