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Clubs begin to open back up in Spain

Parts of Spain are starting to return to normal as clubs begin to open in Spanish cities including Madrid, Barcelona, Santander and others.

A plan was drawn up that laid out the rules and plans for all 17 regions of Spain, including the islands.

A health council vote allowed these territories to begin rolling out rules for resuming nightlife - although some strict rules were still put in place to ensure that the Covid-19 virus does not spread and everyone remains safe.

These include face masks to be worn on the dance floor, the seating and closing time rules apply differently depending on the region: the nightclubs of Catalonia, La Rioja, Murcia and Valencia have 50% indoor spaces, while in Madrid 75 are allowed. % of indoor spaces.

Also, depending on the region, clubs will be closed from 2:00 to 3:00, and may also operate outdoors at full capacity.

The Spanish news site The Local has published a complete list of restrictions for each region.

Оn Saturday, June 26, Spain will lift the restriction that people must wear masks outdoors, which will be another step towards life before the time of the coronavirus.

However, despite all this news about nightclubs, unfortunately, this does not apply to the party on the island of Ibiza, where the clubs are still closed.