The Guide in Spanish.
Extracts in English.
Children can run, jump, play and exercise, always respecting the conditions of interpersonal distance with third parties.
They can go out with their own toys, ride a ‘patinete’ or bicycle. The responsible adult must stay at a close to the minors and their toys in order to have control of the situation.
They cannot stay with friends.
They cannot do group sports activities.
Only occasionally, they can talk to third parties, but always keeping the distance of approximately two meters. Communication must be brief.
Can they accompany an adult to the bank or the supermarket?
NO. It is not an outing that allows contact with or visits to third parties.
Can children be taken by car?
NO. You cannot take the car for the hour-long daily ride with minors. Children can only be taken in the car if they have to accompany an adult to carry out the tasks permitted by the State of Alarm, or to receive healthcare.
Do children need to wear gloves?
NO. Gloves are not necessary. When children come in from outside, proper and frequent cleaning of the hands is more effective than the use of gloves. For the child population it’s difficult to expect children to make correct use of gloves, so it can generate
more risk when they do.
Can they visit grandparents or friends?
No, it is an outing that does not allow contact or visits to third parties.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.