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Old 29-06-2020, 08:59
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Questions about what to expect in July 2020 as tourists begin to return

Sorry if these have been asked elsewhere!

1) is it necessary to book restaurants?
2) Can I use cash in supermarkets, restaurants?
3) Do I enter the restaurant wearing my mask, what is mask etiquette?

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Hope this helps

1) I have recently booked for a couple of the restaurants which are particularly popular with locals. .... Can Ferra and La Parra.
At present there is plenty of capacity despite social distancing rules

2) Yes you can use cash but cards are preferred

3) it is the staff that wear masks. Whilst I have not used a mask in restaurants we always use the hand sanitiser. We have been quite impressed with constant cleaning the exemplar being Stay where they are scrupulous
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Old 29-06-2020, 11:03
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Re mask etiquette, obviously not necessary in bars/restaurants but it is the law that you wear a mask everywhere if it is not possible to observe social distancing, and you must always have a mask with you.

I also carry my own small bottle of sanitiser as i think they are losing a lot of revenue and providing it for all their clients is an added expense, that's just my opinion though .
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Re mask etiquette, obviously not necessary in bars/restaurants but it is the law that you wear a mask everywhere if it is not possible to observe social distancing, and you must always have a mask with you.

I also carry my own small bottle of sanitiser as i think they are losing a lot of revenue and providing it for all their clients is an added expense, that's just my opinion though .
Apart from bringing re-usable or one ways masks and sanitiser along, where is the best/cheapest place to stock up locally? Lidl perhaps?
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Give me chance to run for cover but the Chinese Bazaars are cheaper than the farmacias .

Sorry i don't know about Lidl.
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