Current Status Covid 19
Covid-19 Current Status - Updated 27 August
Spain moves to new normal
Spain moved to the "new-normality" on 21 June after completing the 4-stage Covid-19 de-escalation plan and the ending of the state of alarm.
Each autonomous community is now able to determine its own measures to restrict the spread of Covid-19.
It is possible to participate in cycling and social activities under the new regime albeit with some restrictions on group numbers.
It is required to maintain a distance of 1.5 metres from other people when in public spaces.
It is necessary to wear face coverings outdoors.
Face coverings are also mandatory when entering shops, offices, supermarkets and on public transport.
From 21 June international travel is permitted from all EU countries including the UK and all Schengen countries (Portugal from 1 July).
On arrival travellers will register their contact details, undergo a visual check and have their temperature checked. Their is no requirement to quarantine on arrival in Spain.
Bars and Restaurants
Internal and external areas are open to the public to a maximum capacity of 75%.
It is not necessary to wear face coverings in bars and restaurants.
It is not necessary maintain 1.5 metres between members of the same group.
Hotels are open as normal. Communal areas are in use up to a maximum capacity of 75%.
Special measures in Murcia
From 26 August, for a period of 14 days, the following measures are enforced in Murcia:
Max group size, in public and private venues, is six where participants are from different households.
Max occupancy in public and private transport is 50% where participants are from different households.