Mobility. Mobility measures in place for the state of emergency will start being reversed from Monday, 25 May, with a new increase in journeys expected.
Mobility and transport. Seven large spaces in the city will be reserved for pedestrians from 9 am to 9 pm while the lockdown remains in effect.
LGBTI. The Office for Non-Discrimination, the LGBTI Centre and the Observatory Against Homophobia are coordinating a new action protocol.
COVID-19. The ban on recreational bathing is still in place.
Mobility and transport. In all, 20.3 km of streets will now be reserved during the daytime for people to walk and do sport in while maintaining safety distances.
Mobility and transport. The prioritisation of pedestrians in public space also involves stepping up measures to free the pavements of motorcycles.
COVID-19. The office will be working to assess the situation and promote measures to move onto the next stage as soon as possible.
Covid-19. As from tomorrow, 8 May, people are allowed to do sport individually at the beaches.
COVID-19. Work can be carried out in empty flats in residential buildings, with measures to limit contact between residents and workers and materials.
COVID-19. The measures are part of the initial stage of the progressive lockdown exit.