Health measures from 1 November 2020

Health measures from 1 November 2020

Last update: 04/11/2020

  • Imposition of a curfew from 8 p to 6 am
  • Exemptions will apply to the curfew, primarily for work, healthand family reasons, or for brief outings with pets
  • Exemption to curfew for restaurants and gaming rooms until 9.30 pm. Customers with a declaration from the restaurant or gaming room have until 10 pmto get home
  • Distance of at least 1.5 metres between restaurant tables (instead of 1 metre)
  • There must be no ambient music in restaurants
  • Exemption to curfew for concert halls until 9.30 pm
  • Audience members who can show a ticket have until 10 pm to get home
  • Masks must be worn in all public spaces, and in all closed spaces open to the public and shared areas of private spaces
  • Children aged under five years and people who are exercising outdoors do not need to wear a mask. Those exercising should carry a mask in their pocket in case they need to put it on, however
  • The wearing of masks in private spaces is strongly recommended, particularly when someone from outside the household or a vulnerable person is present
  • Bars are closed (the State is funding strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff at a rate of 100%), except for hotel bars which can remain open until 10 pm for hotel residents
  • Restaurant customers can order from the restaurant’s bar during lunch or dinner (table service only)
  • Gyms and sports clubs are closed (the State is funding strengthened provisions for total temporary layoff at a rate of 100%)
  • An exemption is in place for professional clubs, which must operate behind closed doors
  • Sporting activities in school have been suspende
  • Teleworking is strongly recommended in the public and private sectors

  • Educational establishments are openwith masks mandatory from primary school upwards
  • Public services remain ope
  • Reservations are mandatory for dinner in restaurants and tables can seat a maximum of six guests
  • Teleworking is strongly recommended in the public and private sector
  • Shops are open but must respect the curfew hour
  • Banks, construction sites and companies continue to operate
  • Public establishments are open (museums, exhibition halls, etc.), but must respect the curfew hours
  • Hotels are open
  • Visits to care homes are permitted but opportunities for resident outings have been temporarily suspended
  • Places of worship are open
  • Funerals are permitted
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