Crowded concerts are back: various communities remove all capacity restrictions – MariskalRock.com


September 30, 2021 1:19 pm
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Since the March 14, 2020 The strict confinement that we have gradually left behind is imposed, the different measures taken by the Government and Autonomous Communities have been drawing a map in which live music has been one of the great harmed between cancellations and capacity restrictions. Despite the fact that necessity made virtue and the artists have been finding a way to continue sending us their music, which is to be applauded, there are those who, like Bruce Dickinson, he has not found him the taste of the situation. Good news is coming.

Madrid, the two Castiles, Andalusia, Murcia or Navarra They are the first communities to launch their hand completely to nightlife, concert halls, cinemas and others. The improvement of the pandemic data, with a current accumulated incidence of around 60 (cases per hundred thousand inhabitants), an ICU occupancy of 8%, and the advance of vaccination with almost 77% of the population with the complete guideline has led to a new review of the measures, which bring us very close to what is known as the old normality.

Next Monday, October 4, the Madrid’s community has announced the end of all capacity restrictions, to which other communities such as Castilla La Mancha, Castilla y León, and Navarra, that only maintain the need to continue wearing a mask indoors. In the same way, the capacity returns to 100% in theaters, cinemas and concert halls in the case of Andalusia O Murcia, while they remain at 75% Aragon, Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Valencia, Extremadura, Galicia or La Rioja, with Estremadura at 80%. For its part, Canary Islands maintains its own alert level with four levels depending on the territory.

Catalonia, Euskadi, Ceuta and Melilla They are the ones that are most cautious, but we cross our fingers so that very soon in them we will also be able to have the concert halls full without any risk to health.

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