Tenerife has moved up to Level 4 Covid-19 restrictions, with other Canary Islands also increasing their alert level. The restrictions mean Covid certificates will now be needed for the over 18s in bars and restaurants, and hospitality venues will continue to shut at midnight.
The 50-per-cent-maximum-capacity rule at bars and restaurants will be maintained, and cultural events will be limited to 55-per-cent capacity.
As well as Tenerife’s upgrading, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura and La Palma have moved to Level 3 status. Under Level 3 restrictions, a maximum of four people can sit at a table in a bar or restaurant, but no vaccine certificate is needed to enter hospitality venues.