Measures for Covid-19: no more face masks outdoors and nightlife to re-openFace masks will no longer be obligatory outdoors but remain so indoors. Nightlife will be able to re-open from 11 February, with no limits on capacity or opening times. [Information updated on 10 February].
The vaccination support point at the CAP Drassanes (district of Ciutat Vella) remains operative until 28 February. Citizens can approach this point for help with arranging a vaccination appointment.
Here we recap the measures decreed by the governments of Catalonia and Spain:
These are no longer obligatory outdoors but remain so inside places which are open to the public.
No limits on the number of people who may gather indoors or outdoors.
This sector returns to normality, with venues allowed to open from 11 February with no restrictions on capacity or opening times other than the usual ones which apply for this sector.
Full capacities (indoors and outdoors) are back at establishments where restrictions previously applied:
- Bars and restaurants
- Cultural venues and activities: theatres, cinemas, auditoriums, museums, community centres, concert halls, etc.
- Sports facilities and activities
- Shops, businesses and shopping centres
- Amusement arcades, bingo halls and betting establishments
- Civil ceremonies and religious acts
- Recreational spaces and activities
It is no longer necessary to show the Covid passport to get into certain establishments.
Opening and closing times
No restrictions on opening and closing times for establishments over and above the ordinary rules for sectors.
Fairs and congresses
The recommendation to hold these in a virtual format no longer applies.
- Guarantee distances, indoor ventilation and hand hygiene.
- Avoid crowded spaces.
- No more than ten people per table recommended for restaurants.