The new Covid-19 measures, which are to be in force until 15 May, clear up a number of ambiguities regarding terraces.
The adjusted draft bill, which was deposited on Friday, defines a terrace as a space located outside and open on at least three sides.
This means that veranda-style terraces, which some businesses chose to open over the past weeks, will have to close again.
On the other hand, measures will be slightly relaxed when it comes to sporting or musical activities.
As of 26 April, up to ten people will be allowed to perform together without necessarily having to keep a 2-meter distance between each other. Masks are recommended for those musicians who could theoretically perform while wearing them, but they are not mandatory.
Regarding the sports sector, swimming pools will reopen for students. The maximum limit of ten athletes will also be dropped, but athletes are required to keep a distance of 2 meters between each other.
The Chamber of Deputies' Parliamentary Health Commission will continue their work on the new Covid-19 law, which has to be passed on Sunday 25 April at the latest, seeing as the current measures will expire on Monday.