The Government has expanded terrace capacity from 30% to 50% within Phase 1 of the de-escalation programme

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The Government has decided to extend from 30 to 50 percent the capacity allowed on the terraces of hostelries within phase 1 of the de-escalation, which had originally been set at only 30 percent.

According to government sources, "it has been decided to expand on the original percentage because it is considered compatible with public health security."
The same sources have explained that "the maximum number of ten people in a gathering, that will be allowed in phase 1, is valid both for gatherings in homes and on terraces."
Hostelries can open, up to 50 percent of their capacity, both the terraces that are in public areas and those that are within the space of a hotel, provided it is outdoors.
This will be published in tomorrow's BOE in which the Government will set out the conditions for both hostelries in phase one and commerce in phase zero.