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    BREAKING NEWS This is how the transition period to our “new normality” in Spain will look.

    Campbell Brodie
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Wed 29 Apr 2020 - 11:05

    From Gerry Higgins, Claddagh Bar...

    PM Pedro Sanchez has just made the following announcements after a long day debating with the cabinet:

    Gradual – Asymmetrical – Coordinated

    Small businesses, including bars and restaurants with a terrace, are set to be open by 11th May.

    Sanchez said:”It´s true we are over the curve of the virus now, thanks to our collaboration with lockdown and the hard work of the front-line workers. So, we now have a plan for transition.
    International experiences have been studied to see how to restart the economy without causing more infection and the recommendations of the EU and the WHO has been a point of reference at all times as well as meetings with the scientific community and business leaders.

    We need to recuperate normal life without putting lives in risk. Getting Spain going again without risking lives. Working together public and private life to deescalate lock down.
    The transition will be gradual. Movement between provinces will not be allowed, only in the province where you live.

    Phase zero: preparation phase. Already happening, kids were allowed out last weekend and on 2nd May adults will be able to go outside for exercise. Some businesses have reopened by appointment only and restaurants doing home delivery. All government buildings will be made ready for phase 1 with deep disinfection, advice on social distancing and protective measures installed.

    Phase 1: Some activities can open, small businesses, as long as the necessary health measures have been put in place. Large shopping centres will not be allowed to open just yet. Restaurants, bars and hotels can be reopened under certain restrictions to be announced. Bars and restaurants can only open and serve on the terrace and hotels and tourism properties cannot open communal areas. When these businesses reopen, the over 65´s will have a preferential time slot to access these amenities. Masks will be highly recommended on public transport during this phase and all others.

    Phase 2: The intermediate phase. Restaurants can open and serve inside but only with 1/3 capacity. Schools are due to reopen in September but now with some exceptions: extra classes for students who are suffering and the under 6´s if both parents work amongst others. Theatres and cinemas can reopen with1/3 capacity. Visits to monuments and other cultural centres such as museams with 1/3 capacity. Open air cultural spaces may open if capacity is under 400 people and people are seated.

    Phase 3: Advanced phase. In order to get to the new normal life some of the restriction of movement will be ilfted. Restaurants will be allowed to have higher capacity if the measures taken in previous phases have been successful.

    Each phase should take two weeks. That’s six weeks in total, just month and half. The maximum it would take if things go well and with caution is 8 weeks.

    By the end of June, we could be living in our new normality. If there are no shock outbreaks, on 4th May all of Spain moves to phase zero apart from the Canaries who move to phase 1. If by this date any other autonomous regions also comply will move to phase 1 and every week this will be reviewed. We will come out of this together. The time frame depends on the virus but the time frame has been clearly laid out even if the phases happen at different times in different parts of Spain.

    When virus vaccine cure if found we can go back to normal but always on the look out for new pandemics and being prepared.

    Public transport will be running more frequently to avoid agglomerations of people and maintain social distancing.
    The director of the Center for Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies, Fernando Simón reminded us all earlier today that with these freedoms come responsibility – we all must continue to do our bit. We have to maintain social distancing and we have to maintain personal hygiene and frequent hand washing if we want to avoid a second wave of contamination.

    It may be slow, it
    may be frustrating, but we will get through this together.



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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Thu 30 Apr 2020 - 1:15

    Is TFS open again yet? Wizzair have sent me a form to fill in for my flight on Saturday. IATA it comes from. Basically contact details if some fecker gets ill on the plane I am on. I aint holding my breath here but its not cancelled yet. If its still on for Saturday I shall get Patsy to drop me off at Luton. Wont be able to do my usual car park scam cos it will be empty lol. She can hang about until plane takes off just in case..........



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