| The mayor, Gaspar Miras, is committed to common sense and prudence in de-escalation to avoid a Covid outbreak -19 | The Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, has announced that this weekend "the weekly markets of Mazarrón (Saturday) and Puerto de Mazarrón (Sunday) will be held again and that the municipal sports facilities will reopen their doors to practice sport by appointment previous".
Only food stalls will be located in the markets, and security measures are being finalized by the Department of Commerce, controlling the capacity. Also, in the next few days "the order to open the cemeteries will be carried out so that the neighbors can visit their deceased always with common sense and prudence because if we can walk and get to the door, we must be able to enter with control and responsibility " The libraries will also resume part of their activity "complying with the security measures established by the health authorities," explained the mayor, who added that "they will recover the loan of books but the study room and computers will not be opened yet." The first mayor has also summarized the advances that PHASE I of the de-escalation allows and has praised "the civic and responsible behavior on the part of the residents of Mazarrón" but has warned that "this de-escalation should not bring us a relaxation regarding that good behavior that we have maintained during the past days of the State of Alarm ".
For what he has recommended "to be prudent in the face of de-escalation measures" while maintaining "common sense at all times so that the good data we have had does not go backwards and we may suffer a regrowth". Gaspar Miras explained that "relatives can be visited, unless they are positive for coronavirus or are in isolation, and meetings of up to ten people are allowed, who will have to maintain a safe distance and respect hygiene regulations." He also recalled that "the terraces are opened to 50% with a minimum distance of two meters between the tables and the client groups will not exceed ten people." Regarding mobility, "motorcycles, mopeds and L-category vehicles are allowed to circulate, and two people with full-face helmets with visors can travel, using facemasks that reside in the same home." In private vehicles, "up to 9 can be occupied in a seated vehicle if the passengers reside at the same address".
On public passenger transport, "on buses, an adjoining empty seat must be kept to separate passengers except for people living together and the row after the driver must be kept empty". Gaspar Miras also recalled that "they can only open shops of less than 400 square meters, with 30% of the capacity", and although prior appointment or individual attention will no longer be necessary, even so, the first mayor has bet " for continuing to make use of the previous appointment so as not to cause crowds and maintain the appropriate distance.
" The mayor recalled that "wakings are resumed, but limits the number of relatives who can do it, which is 15 people if it takes place outdoors and 10 in closed spaces and places of worship are also reopened, such as churches and mosques, but with a capacity of 30% ".
Finally, he remarked that "although you can travel to second homes, it is important that common sense prevails since the beaches are still closed and bathing is prohibited."
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón