To access these venues, it is necessary to present a negative test for Covid-19, either a PCR performed less than 72 hours ago, a rapid test with less than 48 hours or self-test performed at the entrance.

According to the Resolution of the Council of Ministers of 6 January, bars and clubs that have been closed since 25 December are allowed to open on Fridays from 10 pm.

To enter these spaces, customers must present a negative test for Covid-19, with the exception of those who “demonstrate having been vaccinated for at least 14 days with a booster dose” against the disease or who have a certificate of recovery.

In the same Council of Ministers on January 6, the Government decided to maintain the ban on the consumption of alcoholic beverages on public roads, with the exception of “open terraces of restaurants and similar establishments duly licensed for this purpose”.