Shops, including non-essential shops, are open to the public. This opening is accompanied by new sanitary rules. Thus, the limit of one customer per 10m2 applies to all shops open to the public regardless of their sales area. However, small shops with a sales area of less than 20m2 can accommodate a maximum of two customers at the same time. The aim is not to penalise small businesses too much and to allow them to continue working.
Shopping centres with a sales area equal to or greater than 400m2 must in addition, provide a health protocol, which has be accepted by the National Health Directorate.
Masks must be worn for all activities in closed spaces, open to the public.
Try to keep an interpersonal distance of 2 meters.
Consider the protective measures.
Avoid hand-to-hand exchanges.
Not wearing a mask in shops is punishable and customers may be refused.
Any shop is subject to a limitation of one customer per 10m2. Shops with a sales area of less than 20m2 can accommodate a maximum of 2 customers at the same time.