New measures valid for businesses starting December 30 and valid until January 3 2021.
- 10 PM for every establishment, excluding hotels;
- Live music or DJ is not allowed at any party;
- Restaurants are allowed to have music entertainment according to the agreed protocols and during opening hours and until 10:00 pm. Dancing is not allowed.
- Each musician, restaurant and compliance officer at each establishment is responsible for the enforcement of the protocols.
- Music outside of restaurants is not allowed
- Companies can close their year with the traditional pagara on December 31 2020, but this must be over by 3:00 pm.
Curfew starting December 30, 2020 until January 3, 2021.
Curfew starts from 11.00 pm until 5.00 am with the exception of the December 31 2020 transition to January 1 2021 on which the curfew starts at 2:00 am on January 1 2021. Establishments’ closing time remains at 10:00 pm on December 31 2020.
Reminder of requirements:
- Store owners are responsible for what happens inside and outside of their business
- Restaurants: For indoor dining the maximum allowed guests per table is 8 while outdoor diners can have up to 10 guests per table. Each client should be seated.
- It is not allowed to have waiting lines of more than 5 guests and all should maintain adequate distance.
- Each establishment is required to have their own compliance officer who is responsible for the enforcement of the regulations.
Amount of persons allowed at home:
- Indoors: Maximum 10 persons;
- Outdoors: Maximum 25 persons
- It is highly recommended not to have “dande” groups performing at houses.
- The Covid Taskforce and Police will be enforcing the safety protocols and establishments not complying with the regulations can be closed for a couple of days.
- In addition, these establishments will be fined.