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PHASE 1: Reopening of Establishments and Commercial Premises / Hospitality -COVID 19

On Saturday, May 9, 2020, Order SND / 399/2020 was published in the BOE, which explains the details of the reopening of establishments, premises and terraces in PHASE 1 of de-escalation as of Monday, May 9, 2020.
This Phase 1 is characterized by freedom of movement within the same province, always respecting the safety and hygiene standards.

Below we explain the conditions of this new phase:


Conditions of Reopening to the public of retail establishments and commercial premises and provision of similar services:

  1. Opening of all establishments smaller than 400 m2.
  2. 30% reduction in capacity.
  3. Preferential business hours are established for those over 65 years of age.

      Hygiene measures in business:

  1. Cleaning and disinfection at least 2 times a day (1 of them compulsory at the end of the day).
  2. After each shift of work or cleaning, the PPE will be disposed of safely and then proceeding to hand washing.
  3. The daily washing and disinfection of uniforms and work clothes will be carried out (between 60º and 90º).
  4. The operation and cleanliness of the toilets must be checked a minimum of once a day.
  5. The toilets will not be used by clients, but it is strictly necessary.
  6. Workers with symptoms of Covid 19 or in a state of quarantine will not be able to access the establishment.
  7. The owner of the activity must comply with the provisions of the Occupational Risk Prevention regulations.

Conditions of Reopening of Terraces of Hospitality and Catering establishments:

  1. Opening only of terraces of catering establishments with a maximum capacity of 50% of tables.
  2. The maximum occupancy will be 10 people per table or per group of tables, with a separation between tables or group of tables of 2 meters.

      Hygiene measures in Hospitality businesses:

  1. Cleaning and disinfection of tables between each client.
  2. The use of single-use tablecloths is prioritized.
  3. Make gel dispensers available to customers.
  4. Avoid using food cards.
  5. Self-service products such as napkin holders, oil cans, etc. are eliminated.
  6. After each shift of work or cleaning, the PPE will be disposed of safely and then proceeding to hand washing.
  7. The use of toilets will be individually.
  8. The daily washing and disinfection of uniforms and work clothes will be carried out (between 60º and 90º).
  9. The operation and cleanliness of the toilets should be checked.
  10. Workers with symptoms of Covid 19 or in a state of quarantine will not be able to access the establishment.
  11. The owner of the activity must comply with the provisions of the Occupational Risk Prevention regulations.




Remember that the opening of the activity is compatible with the benefit for cessation of activity that many self-employed are receiving during this month of May.

During PHASE 1 the workers of companies covered by ERTEs will continue to be included in said ERTE, unless they return to their job and for this reason such circumstance must be communicated to the labor authority, SEPE and Social Security.

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