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20 restaurants in Barcelona will participate in a pilot test with 2,000 people and capacity

Barcelona will be the scene of a pilot test in which 20 restaurants in the city will participate, attended by 2,000 people who will fill 100% of the capacity and will not maintain a safe distance between them. It was announced this Saturday by chef and businessman Albert Raurich, promoter of the initiative, in statements to Rac1 collected by Europa Press. He has assured that the project has already been presented to the Barcelona City Council, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labor of the Generalitat, "who have agreed" to finance the initiative. He explained that, although the exact date is yet to be determined, the test will be held between the last week of May and the first of June. Participants will have to prove that they are not positive for Covid-19 in order to enter the restaurants, which They will guarantee the ventilation of interior spaces as preventive and sanitary measures in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

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