From March 01, the terraces of cafes and restaurants will be open, which will be able to work from 6 am to 22 pm without playing music, and indoor training is allowed with epidemiological measures, it was announced today at the press conference of the National Civil Protection Headquarters.
Chief of Staff and Deputy Prime Minister Davor Bozinovic said at a press conference that the new decision allows guests to be served on the terraces from 6 am to 22 pm, and only in open parts of the facilities. Partitions on terraces must be removed to allow air to flow, he said Index.hr
As for the distance between the tables, it will be as it was before, which means that the tables must be three meters apart to ensure a distance between guests at different tables of at least a meter and a half.
It is not allowed to play music so that guests do not talk loudly, thus spreading the aerosol and increasing the possibility of infection. Depending on the size of the terraces, the largest number of users is calculated and must be visibly displayed to all. There must be a disinfectant upon entry.
When entering the closed part of the catering facility, which is allowed only for the use of toilets, it is necessary to wear a mask.
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