GEA Publishes Health Protocols of Live Shows in Restaurants and Cafes
The General Entertainment Authority has published the health protocols of live shows in restaurants and cafes. The protocols allow playing solo stringed instruments with a dedicated space for the instrumentalist that is at least 2 meters away from visitors and workers. GEA emphasizes that performers must always wear masks on location. The Authority also bans musical shows and standup comedies until further notice, while a permit is required before running any show.
The above requirements are supplementary to the Guidelines for Resumption of Entertainment Activities that were published earlier by GEA. The Guidelines include the protocols of amusement parks, entertainment centers and events in accordance with the Return Carefully Plan. The procedures include health awareness, physical distancing, organizing, prevention and duration of contact with others.
GEA will continue updating the Guidebook to cope with the following stages, and to ensure the safety of all visitors and workers. The Guidebook is also available on GEA’s website:
Guidelines for resumption of entertainment activities