The Local Police of Vitoria has closed at dawn on Saturday a party that was being held in an industrial hall Portal de Gamarra street where he filed 43 complaints for not complying with the health regulations issued to prevent the coronavirus.
The urban guard has made this performance known through social networks and explained that, in addition, this party did not have a license and the venue where it was held lacked the protection measures against fires, such as fire extinguishers, signs and escape routes.
Tonight a “party” was closed in the Portal de Gamarra pavilion. 43 complaints for infractions of the Health Regulations of the Basque Government.
Activity without a license, lacking fire protection measures (fire extinguishers, signs, escape routes, …)
– Vitoria_Polizia (@VG_Policia) July 26, 2020
Apart from this action, the Local Police filed numerous complaints in different parts of the city on Saturday afternoon people for not wearing the maska, among them 25 young people in the Aranzabal area and another 24 in a fish market on Aragón street.
The festivity of July 25 traditionally in the Alava capital is celebrated on Blouse Day, dedicated to gangs of young people, almost as an act prior to the patron saint festivities that begin annually on August 4. The City Council suspended all events scheduled for this Saturday, as well as the La Blanca festivities due to the pandemic.