The Technical Scientific Committee (CTS) corrects the guidelines of the Regions for the resumption of economic and social activities, with a series of recommendations: ranging from showers in gyms, which are prohibited, to weddings and restaurants. The technicians who for over a year have been decoding the anti Covid rules that guide our lives in the pandemic era, point out some key points for the sectors that are starting up again. “For all activities, especially where there is a progressive aim at the saturation of available places, and for all workers who cannot maintain the required interpersonal distancing, it is necessary to consider the possession of one of the requirements for the green certificate”, it is recommended. For all activities, moreover, “it is understood that workers must use the personal protective equipment provided for on the basis of the specific risks of the job, as well as in compliance with the prescriptions of the competent doctor”. For catering and ceremonies, the CTS emphasizes that in carrying out the service for both lunch and dinner, it is necessary to “define the maximum number of simultaneous presences (outdoors and especially indoors) in relation to the volumes of space and spare parts. air and the possibility of creating aggregations throughout the entry, presence and exit path “. The maximum number of people per table is not indicated, at the moment no more than 4. It is recommended to “make hand sanitizing products available and mandatory for customers and staff even in several points of the room”. also recommends access by booking and to keep the guest list for 14 days. Customers “must wear a mask to protect the respiratory tract except in moments of drinking and eating”. For the ceremonies, participation is “allowed only to those who possess one of the requisites for the green card” and it is necessary to “define the maximum number of simultaneous presences in relation to the volumes of space”. For beaches and bathing establishments it is necessary to “define the maximum number of simultaneous presences (outdoors and especially indoors) in relation to the volumes of space and air changes and the possibility of creating aggregations throughout the entry path, presence and exit “. In the changing rooms of gyms, thermal pools and wellness centers, “the use of showers must be precluded. Furthermore, the consumption of food must be prohibited in the changing rooms”, recommends the CTS.