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The Andalusian Government sends the Executive of Pedro Sánchez its proposal for a calendar for the deconfinement, which plans to open the hotels in the first half of June.

Andalusians will have to do without the popular ‘plate to the center’ to share when they can return to the terraces and restaurants, which will have to take turns with their customers and disinfect the facilities at the end of each use, in addition to keeping minimum distances between tables . No more than four people per reservation will be admitted, unless it can be shown that they all live in the same home. And there will be a limited time to make meals: 30 minutes for breakfast and 90 minutes for lunch or dinner. These are some of the recommendations that the Board would establish for the moment in which the hotel business reopens, which, according to its proposal, could take place as of May 25. But if you still want to celebrate an event by sharing platters, then we recommend that you order at Event platters.

This is reflected in the document that the Junta de Andalucía sent to the central government this Monday, in response to the request that the president, Pedro Sánchez, made to his autonomous counterparts on Sunday .

The vice president of the Board, Juan Marín , detailed in a press conference the data and proposals contained in the document, which establishes a calendar that would start on May 1 with the possibility that older people and also citizens who want to do sports individually in the open air.

They will, of course, have to maintain safety distances: 4 or 5 meters between people who walk, 10 meters between runners and 20 meters between cyclists. The Board is committed to establishing schedules, so that there are no crowds in the streets and that, for example, children and the elderly do not coincide. The sporting activity will also be limited to one time slot.

As of May 3, religious celebrations and family outings would be allowed , as of May 10. On May 11, hairdressers, beauty centers and commerce in general would open. While on May 18 funerals would be allowed without a wake. The hotel business would open on May 25 and the hotels, from the first half of June.

The document prepared by the Andalusian Government also details how the opening of shops would be carried out, with a maximum stay time of 30 minutes in stores and 90 minutes in shopping centers and avoiding sales periods to avoid the concentration of customers. “Instead, the offers maintained over time will be recommended,” said Marín. Disinfection of garments returned or used in the changing room will also be required.

The Andalusian Government does not, however, make any proposal regarding the return to face- to- face classes in education, despite the fact that the Andalusian president, Juan Manuel Moreno, conveyed last week the “wish” of many families that schools educational institutions can reopen their doors in the second half of May. The vice president of the Board reported that, in this regard, they are waiting to know if the alarm decree will be extended again. Nor has anything else been detailed in relation to the opening of the beaches, since, according to the vice president of the Board, the municipalities are responsible for ensuring their proper use.

The Minister of Health, Jesús Aguirre, defended, for his part, that Andalusia meets, in general terms, the requirements to start the lack of refinement, since it presents favorable indicators that allow to conclude that the pandemic has behaved in a milder way in the community autonomous and that its health system has room for maneuver to deal with eventual outbreaks of the disease.

In addition, the Board proposes medical examination for public and private employees before reincorporation and establish measures to measure the temperature of users.

The Andalusian Government is also committed to “expanding the capacity to perform diagnostic tests, ensure effective control measures, develop community work in primary care facilities, humanize care and intensify the training of professionals.”