The Official State Gazette (BOE) clarifies this morning some of the questions that the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa, could not address yesterday about the authorization starting tomorrow for walks and physical activity for adults.
▪ Those practising individual sports, for example cyclists and runners, will be allowed to go further away from their homes than the one-kilometre limit set for walks, but must stay within their municipal boundary. There is no time limit for individual sports but they are restricted to one outing a day.
▪ Adults and teenagers will be able to go out for walks and to practise individual sports between 6am and 10am and between 8pm and 11pm.
A maximum of two people can go out for a walk together, as long as they have been living together during the lockdown. This refers to adults as well as teenagers from 14 years old.
Rules for adults' walks will be similar to those for children. They can go out once a day for up to one hour and they must stay within a one-kilometre radius of their homes.
▪ The over 70s and those dependent on a carer may go out accompanied from 10 am to 12 noon and from 7 pm to 8 pm.
▪ Children up to 14 years, accompanied by an adult, are still limited to an hour's walk between 12 noon and 7 pm.
▪ What the Health Authority also specifies that athletes will have to "maintain an interpersonal distance with third parties of at least two metres".
The Government also recommends that during physical activity "crowded spaces should be avoided."
As reported in today's Diario SUR https://www.diariosur.es/…/aclara-limite-horario-2020050108…