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The Community begins the path towards the ‘new normality’

The Community begins the path towards the 'new normality'

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The Malva-rosa beach in Valencia.

The Valencian Community has entered today Phase 3, the last stretch of the de-escalation and the path towards a new normality that seeks, above all, to regenerate the impact that the pandemic has left on autonomy at the health, economic and social level. Today all residents can move freely through autonomy, although not through neighboring provinces such as Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha and Murcia or the Balearic Islands, as the Valencian government originally intended. For that, we will have to wait another week. The phase progression has paid for the preparation of hoteliers and hoteliers to receive local tourism while awaiting the arrival of the national and international once the state of alarm is terminated on June 21. In bars and restaurants the indoor capacity has increased to 75%, it can already be consumed at the bar and the terraces are at 100% of their capacity. The beaches have been the main recipients of citizens in conditions of safety and distance. The citizens have responded and during the midday the tables of the premises located on the beach of San Juan they were full. Also the sand, like The Postiguet or the beach of the Mauve-pink in Valencia. The bathers have complied with the security measures and there have been no crowds. The most graphic example is Benidorm, undisputed temple of tourism, which has offered an unusual image at the start of summer: from 40,000 tourists a day that it would have had under normal conditions, to quiet plots in the 4×4 meter sand. Today the bathers were divided into cubicles. The capital of tourism in the White shore It has been one of the last Valencian municipalities to reopen since, for example, the beaches of L’Alfàs del Pi, Altea, Villajoyosa and Finestrat, were open to the public for days. Of course, bathers will have to reserve their access to the sandbank online from today, to avoid crowds, as has happened in Barcelona in this de-escalation. The launch of the platform will be “gradual and staggered” and will depend on the demand “so that everyone can enjoy its use”, according to the mayor, Toni Pérez, who also pointed out that “at most” it will be ready “at the end of next week”. This technological system of reservation of access to The beaches have to be started by the concessionaire of beach management -RA Benidorm- and has had a cost of 662,478 euros, as stated in the Intervention report. On the one hand, the spaces for free and free use have been parceled and on the other, those to be managed by the concessionaire. In total, twenty sectors between the three beaches. The beaches of Benidorm will be able to accommodate a maximum of 26,066 people, when the estimated total capacity in a normal situation is around 40,000.

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