SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Dec. 17 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Canary Islands Government will reinforce health prevention controls in the cultural spaces of its ownership in Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura as of this Saturday, the date on which alert level 3 decreed by the Governing Council in the three islands.
This measure will require the presentation of the Covid vaccination certificate to access these venues, which will thus be able to maintain the 80 percent capacity and with it the stability of the cultural sector.
In Tenerife, these regulations affect the La Granja Space, the State Public Library, the Contemporary Art Room, the Cabrera Pinto Art Room and the El Tanque Cultural Space; in Gran Canaria to the Guiniguada Theater, La Regenta Art Center and the State Public Library; and in Fuerteventura, the Casa de los Coroneles.
People who have bought tickets for any show that may be programmed in any of these spaces may request a refund of the amount by the same means by which they were purchased.
The new access requirements refer to people over 12 years and three months and in any case the documentation must be accompanied by an official identification document.