Benidorm reopens playgrounds
The City Council reminds that the safety distance of 1.5 meters must be kept and a mask must be worn
Coinciding with the start of Phase 3 of the restrictions lifting plan, between Monday and tomorrow Benidorm City Council will reopen all children's play areas. The Councilor for Parks and Gardens, José Ramón González de Zárate, explained that "at the moment, a new exhaustive disinfection of all playgrounds is being carried out, and a maintenance brigade is reviewing all areas and facilities."
With the playgrounds, children of Benidorm recover a space that has been closed for three months and that the restriction of limits have not contemplated until this Phase 3. The reopening will entail a supplementary effort by the Municipal Services and the concessionary company of the street cleaning, FCC, since cleaning and disinfection work will be done daily.
In addition to care, users of the municipal area of Parks and Gardens are reminded of the mandatory use of masks for those over six years of age, hand disinfection and the convenience of wearing gloves. Likewise, the use of litter bins is emphasized and it is advisable to circulate in these spaces always on the right to avoid direct contact, always keeping the safety distance of at least 1.5 meters.