Almost a hundred people were evicted early Wednesday from a restaurant in Valladolid, which was celebrating a wedding without masks or any security measures. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and with a return to stricter measures to control infections throughout the country, the city’s National and Municipal Police have had to intervene in the local and evict the 91 people who were inside “without a mask and without safety distance “, which implies that they were committing a” serious offense “, by virtue of the last agreement approved in the community of Castilla y León on hygiene, prevention and control measures. According to the Europa Press agency, the eviction took place at midnight, when the agents had to enter the room where a flamenco party, with a performance and people dancing through the room and on the stage without respecting security measures. The same sources have specified that the evicted are the 91 guests at the wedding and have assured that it took a while to locate the workers and the person in charge of the establishment they found after about 15 minutes.
The Police have drawn up an act for serious infringement of the agreement 46/2020 of last August 21 of the Junta de Castilla y León on hygiene, prevention and control measures that foresees fines of between 3,001 and 60,000 euros for the person responsible or responsible. In the operation, which lasted until almost 2:00 a.m., all the police teams that were operating in the city had to intervene, eleven in total, according to the same sources.