The activities allowed in phase 2 of the de-escalation, stage to which Lanzarote accedes this Monday , have been increased after the publication of an order this Saturday that modifies the preconditions initially approved on May 16.


Phase 2 reinforces mobility for citizens and reduces restrictions on the reopening of numerous facilities and services, although it maintains some restrictions.


The main measures, published in the BOE and also included in a guide published by the Executive, are as follows :

Pools and beaches


– Recreational pools can be opened to the public with a maximum capacity of 30% of the facility’s capacity. If the safety distance between users cannot be maintained, the capacity will be reduced.


– To access the pool, it is necessary to make an appointment with the facility management entity.


– The usual equipment and materials such as glass, ropes, class auxiliary material, perimeter grid, medicine cabinet, lockers, as well as any other in contact with users, must be cleaned and disinfected.


– Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces in frequent contact with users’ hands, such as knobs on locker room doors or railings, will be carried out at least three times a day.


– A spatial distribution of users must be established to guarantee the safety distance by means of signs on the ground limiting the spaces. Personal items, such as towels, must remain within the security perimeter.


– Locker room showers and water fountains cannot be used.


– You can access the beaches of the same province , island or territorial unit of reference established in the de-escalation plan. The municipalities may establish access limitations, which in any case will be free, and capacity to ensure that the interpersonal distance of at least two meters between bathers is respected.


– Showers, toilets and changing rooms can be used, limiting occupancy to one person, unless assistance is required.


– Personal objects such as towels, deckchairs and similar items will be arranged so that a two-meter security perimeter is guaranteed with respect to other users, except in the case of coexistent bathers or those who do not exceed 15 people.


– The practice of sports, professional or recreational activities is allowed on the beach, provided they can be carried out individually and without physical contact, allowing a minimum distance of two meters to be maintained between the participants.


Hospitality and restoration


– Consumption is allowed in the local table without exceeding 40% of the capacity, which the communities can modify between the 30 and 50% caps.


– Outdoor terraces with 50% of the tables, with a maximum occupancy of 10 people per table or group of tables.


– The opening of nightclubs and nightclubs is not allowed.


– Cleaning and disinfection between one client and another, one-use tablecloths and gel dispensers.


– Card payment will be encouraged and the use of menu cards will be avoided.


Trade and service provision


– Opening of premises regardless of their surface, with the following requirements: 40% of the total capacity in commercial premises, in each of its plants; minimum distance of two meters between clients and priority service hours for people over 65 years of age.


– They can reopen the parks or shopping centers, with a capacity of 30% in common areas and 40% in individual stores. Recreational areas cannot be used.


– There may be sales, always respecting the safety and hygiene measures and avoiding crowds. Commercial or promotional actions should immediately cease if necessary.


– Open-air markets may be opened, with a limitation to one third of the usual stalls and limiting the influx to maintain the safety distance of two meters.


Hotels and tourist establishments


– They can reopen the common areas of hotels and tourist establishments, until covering a third of the capacity determined by the establishment.


– Animation activities or group classes must be organized with a maximum capacity of 20 people.


– The establishment’s pools and spas can be reopened, with limitations.


Sport activities


– Athletes integrated into clubs participating in non-professional leagues can carry out basic training individually.


– Professional sports clubs or sports corporations can carry out total training sessions aimed at the previous phase of the competition, including group actions of up to a maximum of 14 people.


– The resumption of the competition of the professional leagues is allowed, without public and behind closed doors. The entrance of the media for broadcasting the competition is allowed. The Higher Sports Council, before the start of the competition, will determine the number of people who can access the stadiums and pavilions.


– The opening of indoor sports facilities and sports pools is regulated.


Labor measures


– Whenever possible, telework continuity will be encouraged. For those who go to their centers, the necessary measures must be adopted to comply with hygiene and / or prevention measures for workers.


– Guarantee availability of hydroalcoholic gels, replace the imprint on the transfer with another system or disinfect the device and when the interpersonal safety distance cannot be guaranteed, ensure adequate protective equipment for the level of risk.


– If there are symptoms, put the mask on and contact the authorized phone or health center, leaving your job until your medical situation is evaluated by a health professional.


– Time adjustments at entrances and exits to avoid concentrations.


Social measures


– You can move around the province, island or territorial unit of reference in maximum groups of 15 people. There is no limit of group members if the people are together.


– The established safety and hygiene measures are maintained, such as the minimum safety distance of two meters.


– People up to 70 years old can carry out non-professional physical activity in any time slot except between 10:00 and 12:00 and between 19:00 and 20:00.


– The wake may be held with a maximum limit of 25 people in open spaces or 15 people in closed spaces. The procession for the dismissal of the deceased person is restricted to a maximum of 25 people.


– Attendance at places of worship will be allowed as long as it does not exceed 50% of its capacity.


– Weddings can be held in all kinds of facilities, public or private, as long as they do not exceed 50% of their capacity. A maximum of 100 people can attend in open spaces or 50 people in closed spaces.


Establishment hygiene measures


– Cleaning and disinfection of facilities at least twice a day and of jobs after shift change.


– The distance between seller and customer will be at least one meter when there are protection elements or barriers, or two meters without these elements.


– In the case of services that do not allow distance maintenance, such as hairdressing salons, beauty centers or physical therapy, the appropriate protective equipment must be used for the level of risk.


– Testers occupied by a person and disinfection after use.




– The autonomous communities can open non-university educational and training centers. Holders are also allowed to open academies and driving schools, limiting their capacity to one third and prioritizing online training.


Social services


– The autonomous communities and cities may allow visits to the residents of supervised dwellings, residential centers for people with disabilities and residential centers for the elderly in their territory.


– The visit must be arranged in advance with the supervised dwelling or the residential center.


Cultural activities


– The measures for access to libraries, exhibition halls and monuments are relaxed.


– All cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and similar spaces can resume activity as long as they have pre-assigned seats and do not exceed a third of the authorized capacity.


– In libraries, consultation activities in the room may be carried out as long as a third of the authorized capacity is not exceeded and computers can be used. Interlibrary loan is allowed. Children’s rooms and open access collections are still closed.


– They can open exhibition halls to the public as long as they do not exceed a third of the authorized capacity.


– They can reopen the monuments and other cultural facilities as long as the visits do not exceed a third of the authorized capacity.