New Year's Eve rules in the Canary Islands: maximum 10 non-cohabiting people at reunions on islands at levels 2 and 3

Published on December 29, 2021
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The Government of the Canary Islands agreed at the meeting held today to limit private reunions to 10 people, except for cohabitants, both in open and closed spaces, during the days of December 31 and January 1st on the islands that are at alert levels 2 and 3, while also recommending that all participants have the full vaccination scheme. 

On the islands that are at alert levels 2 and 3, 10 is the maximum number of non-cohabitant persons that may meet at private reunions. In the event that the group is made up of cohabitants and non-cohabitants, the maximum number of people indicated will not be exceeded.

This measure applies only in the case of reunions held in private spaces, while in restaurants and bars the rules already in place will apply.

These are measures similar to those adopted at Christmas 2020, making the limits more flexible on the key festive days. 

Also, people who have not had their complete vaccination scheme or who have not recuperated from the disease during the last 6 months, are advised by the authorities to carry out a diagnostic test for COVID-19 in a legally authorized laboratory (excluding self-diagnostic tests).

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