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Maracena's children take to the streets in alarm for the first time

Children can now go on the streets despite the Spanish coronavirus state of emergency.

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Maracena's children take to the streets in alarm for the first time

Children can now go on the streets despite the Spanish coronavirus state of emergency. This permit allows children aged 14 and under to go out with an adult. However, they must follow certain security criteria. Yesterday, the Maracena City Council reminded neighbors that it is a permit so that children under 14 can go out with their parents. However, there are a few rules you must follow if you want to take the kids outside.

Avoid physical contact with others and keep a distance of two meters between you and them. The Maracenero Consistory reminds you to wash your hands frequently. Because parks are still closed, walking with children is not possible. It is important that even though the youngest members of the household may need to venture out for a time, they do so with caution and keep their social circle intact.

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