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Spain’s bars and nightclubs can reopen under Phase 3 on Monday, but no dancing allowed

Bullrings will also be permitted to restart their activity in Phase 2, but with a third of capacity. All seats will be available on public transport too

A terrace bar in Santander, Cantabria.
A terrace bar in Santander, Cantabria.Juan Manuel Serrano Arce (EL PAÍS)

From Monday evening, bars and nightclubs will be able to open in the half of Spain that will be entering Phase 3 of the government’s deescalation plan for coronavirus confinement measures. This is one of the main changes included in the ministerial order published today in the Official State Gazette (BOE), and which details all of the updates that will go into effect in two days’ time.

The BOE also includes some changes to Phase 2, which Madrid, the Valencia region and Castilla y León will move to, along with the provinces of Albacete, Ciudad Real and Toledo in Castilla-La Mancha; the Catalan healthcare areas of Girona, Catalunya Central, Lleida and Barcelona; as well as the North African exclave city of Ceuta.

These changes in Phase 2 include:

The main changes in Phase 3 are:

English version by Simon Hunter.

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