Navarra will recover the curfew from July 22 in the municipalities at extreme risk, which in practice is almost the entire provincial community, since it affects 95% of its population, including the capital Pamplona. In these days that are missing, the Government of María Chivite will send the new regulations for validation in the Superior Court of Justice of Navarra, which on other occasions had been in favor of allowing restrictions that affect fundamental rights outside of the state of alarm, unlike of in Euskadi, for example.
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The municipalities in which the incidence is at an extreme risk level, the Government of Navarra will decree a curfew from 1:00 to 6:00 from next July 22. In addition, in these municipalities the celebration of street bullfighting events, popular meals and parades with brass bands or similar events will not be allowed.
This list of locations will be determined weekly by Public Health. It will be communicated to the FNMC and Delegation and it will be made public on the website coronavirus.navarra.es. Localities that have an incidence of more than 250 cases in 14 days and more than 125 in 7 days will be at an extreme risk level, and therefore with a curfew, as explained by the Minister of Health, Santos Induráin.
In addition, the meetings will once again be limited. Until now, the Department of Health recommended that ten people and three coexistence units should not be exceeded. However, as of July 22, that recommendation will become a limitation.
In addition to the new measures, some of those that were in force until now remain. Since the state of alarm was lifted on May 9, the Navarrese have had free mobility. This means that you do not need any kind of proof to travel, both within the regional community between municipalities, and to other autonomous communities.
All the catering establishments could open the interior of the establishments at 60% of the capacity or with the maximum occupancy, provided that greater distances were maintained between tables and a responsible declaration was presented with a technical sheet that required to have a CO2 meter. Likewise, the tables had to be a maximum of six people indoors and 10 on terraces. The closure of the catering establishments was limited to 1:00 in the morning.
In the case of discos, the maximum capacity was 50%, the dance floors remained closed and consumption had to be seated at tables. The closure was brought forward at 1:00 am due to the macro outbreak of students who traveled to Salou.
Bingo halls, gambling halls and gastronomic societies were also allowed to open until 1:00 a.m., with a maximum capacity of 60%. In retail stores, on the other hand, the allowed capacity was 75%, and in large stores it was 60% and it was not allowed to stay in common areas.
As for sports activities, it was essential to make an appointment to go to the gyms. In the street, the runners had to wear the mask when a distance of 1.5 meters with other people could not be guaranteed. In the case of non-professional competitions, the public was allowed with a maximum capacity level of 75%.