The Public Health Commission, in which the Ministry of Health and the autonomous communities are represented, will debate this afternoon whether to recommend the closure of the interior of the hotel business from 11:00 p.m. in areas of medium risk of covid-19 with high hospital pressure.
With the new scale, a territory is in Medium risk with a cumulative incidence from 100 to 300. The proposal would be activated when the cumulative incidence of 100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants by COVID-19 is exceeded and there is considerable pressure on hospitals and intensive care unit (ICU) beds.
The document, proposed by the Alerts Report, also proposes to close the nightlife at 01:00, and always dance with a mask. In hospitality establishments, such as restaurants, bars or cafes, you should also restrict the maximum table occupancy up to 10 people or the 50% of the capacity on interiors.
In the case of high risk, when a incidence above 300 and the healthcare pressure is even higher, The proposal to be debated states that the interiors of the hotel industry would not be closed, but that they could open at 25% capacity, with six people per table but closing at 23:00.
On extreme risk, with an incidence above 500Yes, the interior of the hotel business would be closed.
On the other hand, this afternoon’s meeting will also discuss vaccination with a third dose for those over 60 and health and social health personnel, as agreed last week by the Vaccine Report and announced by the President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez.
If approved, all of these people will receive an injection from Pfizer or media from Moderna, also the group of people between 60 and 69 years old, the vast majority of whom once received a double standard from AstraZeneca.
Another topic of the meeting will be the covid passport It is already requested in the Balearic Islands, Catalonia and Galicia to access certain services such as nightlife. After the Basque Government saw yesterday how the Superior Court of Justice rejected its intention to demand it in hospitality businesses, more and more communities are clamoring for a single criterion to avoid the disparity that has occurred on other occasions.