Los conciertos n'España van tener la so propia guía sanitaria: cuatro metros mínimu ente artista y públicu

La Federación de la Música n'España (Ye_música) prepara una guía sanitaria pa la celebración de conciertos y música en directu que busca "frenar la inseguridá xurídica" nel sector, con recomendaciones qu'inclúin, ente otres, referencies a les distancies mínimes p'artistes y públicu dientro del contestu de la pandemia de coronavirus.
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