Fuerteventura rises to level 2, Lanzarote goes down to 1 and Tenerife remains at 3
The rest of the islands remain at the same alert levels. The Government has also ratified the new measures for hospitality in the islands with level 3.
The Governing Council of the Canary Islands has adopted this Thursday the decision that Fuerteventura rises to alert level 2 for COVID-19. They have also agreed that Lanzarote will go down to level 1 and that the rest of the islands will maintain the same alert levels that they already had. In this way, Tenerife continues at alert level 3 (red level). Fuerteventura rises to alert level 2 (orange traffic light). While Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro Lanzarote and La Graciosa are at level 1 (green light).
In addition, the Governing Council of the Canary Islands has ratified the agreement reached on Wednesday afternoon with the hospitality associations to regulate the new control measures in bars and entertainment venues on islands that are on level 3 alert.
In a press conference, the Minister of Health, Blas Trujillo, has detailed that the bars will remain the same as in Level 2, with two people, the terraces at 75% capacity and with tables of 6 people, opening until 01.00 hours and the interior, at 50%, but with 20% of customers vaccinated.
Inside the bars the tables will be four people or six if all diners are vaccinated.