The cemetery chapel must remain closed.

Capacity should be limited to 1/3 of the normal capacity of the cemetery

If a very high influx of public is observed, placing an access control to the facilities will be valued.

Staff have been instructed to keep doors open, and only in the event of a very high influx would they proceed to close and controlled opening.

The public will not be served at the cemetery access office.

Signs have been placed at the entrance of the cemetery to “respect the safety distance of 2 meters”, in case it could not be, they must be forced to enter with a mask.

Information and signage posters have been placed

The bathrooms are closed for public use.

The use by users of utensils and tools is prohibited, recommending to use their own, with the exception of the ladder, indicating the need to use gel after use.

The main door is established as the main entrance door and the sliding door of group E of niches as exit door.

The entrance and exit and route have been signposted.

Participation in the entourage for the burial or dismissal for cremation of the deceased person is restricted to a maximum of 25 people, among relatives and close friends, in addition to, where appropriate, the minister of worship or assimilated person of the respective confession for the practice of funeral rites of farewell to the deceased.

Instructions have been given to the staff to attend to what is indicated in this regard by the Department of the Cemetery and the Funeral Parlor.

Upgrade. New measures from November 7 to December 9.

– Wakes and funerals. Capacity of 1/3 with a maximum limit of 25 people in outdoor spaces or 15 people in closed spaces.

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