As of this Monday, the modification of levels due to the pandemic on the islands is already in force. The Government of the Canary Islands decided on the changes on the 22nd, but decided to delay the application until this Monday.


In this way, Lanzarote is already at level 2, like La Gomera, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and La Palma are at level 3, El Hierro maintains level 1 and Tenerife enters epidemiological level 4 (extreme risk) due to the increase of cases of covid 19 and the requirement of the covid certificate has been established to maintain some capacity.


The Government decided that at level 4 adjustments should be made to adapt the capacity, which remains the same as level 3, but with the condition of presenting the covid certificate to those over 18 years of age, which includes three options: vaccination, having had the disease or present a diagnostic test.


The main novelty of this “new” level 4 is that in the hotel and restaurant industry, a 50% capacity is maintained inside but while in level 3, 10% have to certify their immunization, in 4 It has to be endorsed by all the allowed capacity.


On the other hand, the non-essential activity will not end at 6:00 p.m. but at 12 p.m., unlike what happened in the case of Lanzarote when it rose to level 4, and in terms of sports activity, 33% of the allowed capacity must present the covid certificate.


Also, the capacity of cultural activities (55%) will be conditioned by the presentation of covid certificates for the population of legal age.