From today the beaches once again have the Red Cross Dénia lifeguard and surveillance service, which unofficially indicates that the bathing season is beginning. It is true that from Phase 2 we could already enjoy our coast, but now we will do it more safely.
However, this year bathers and lifeguards will not only have to face the sea, the sun and the different land risks, but they will also have to face COVID-19 and do everything possible to avoid contagion in such a crowded space. To do this, we collect below the latest information published to enjoy a bath or sunbathing with minimal risk:
- What will the beaches of the new normal be like? Accessibility measures, cleaning, surveillance, first aid, information but, above all, measures to guarantee the safety of users, the main objective of the City Council.
- How many people can occupy each cove of Les Rotes in the new normal? The beaches will have a limited capacity to ensure that there is a safety distance, which affects the small coves on the southern coast of Dénia to a greater extent.
- How can I be aware of the daily occupation of each beach? The City Council has undertaken several initiatives to provide real-time information on the state of the beaches.
- How can I make sure that the safety regulations are being followed? For this, the beaches are reinforced with new personnel who will be in charge of raising awareness.
- Is it safe to sunbathe after confinement? El Hospital de Dénia warns of the importance of preventing skin lesions that can degenerate into melanomas.