EU guidelines for the safe resumption of activities in the cultural and creative sectors

The European Commission has launched on June the 29th guidelines to guide the design and implementation of protocols that all EU countries will put in place to support a safe reopening and sustainable recovery in the cultural and creative sectors.
The guidelines aim at suggesting joint European approaches in line with the specific national, regional and local conditions of the Coronavirus pandemic.
They provide the indicators and criteria (such as the viral circulation, the vaccination coverage, the use of protective measures, the use of tests and contact tracing), to be taken into account when planning the resumption of certain activities.
To read and download the guidelines visit 

https://ec.europa.eu/culture/sites/default/files/2021-06/COM-2021-4838-covid_en.pdf

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