Navarra closes the interior of the hotel industry as of today

Navarra closes the interior of the hotel industry as of today

Navarra closes the interior of the hotel industry as of today

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Navarra closes the interior of the hotel industry as of today. The hospitality establishments’ interior will remain closed as of this Thursday and for nine days in an attempt to stop the advance of the virus in Navarra, after the authorization of this measure by the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of Navarra (TSJN).

The prohibition of all activity inside bars and restaurants will be in force from April 1 to 9, inclusive. With the possibility of being extended because of the epidemiological situation’s evolution, the Navarrese Executive specified in a statement. The exceptions are the request for consumption, the dispatch of tobacco, and the use of toilets.

The terraces may remain open at 100% of their capacity and cannot exceed more than four people around a table.

Besides, the small business’s capacity and large surfaces will be reduced from 40 to 30%. These keep their ability at 50%.

Likewise, meetings in private spaces should be limited to cohabiting people, as was also established in the ‘Declaration of Coordinated Actions in public health against COVID-19 on the occasion of the feast of San José and Holy Week in 2021 ‘, approved by the Interterritorial Council of the National Health System (CISNS).

The Supreme Court the measures established in the regional order “are provided as a whole for the protection of public health, which is the only purpose that we can consider in this judicial proceeding.” Navarra closes the interior of the hotel industry as of today.

The president of Navarra, María Chivite, has justified the measures to the prevalence of the British strain (present in more than 90% of the positives), and the cumulative incidence rate during the last seven days March 28 amounted to 157.6 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.

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