With the government starting this weekend to slowly ease the restrictions in place, the tourist centers have started to work on a plan so that they will be eventually able to open and offer a safe environment to the public. The Health counselor is planning on a program to disinfect the centers. In addition, visits are initially planned in small groups of 10 people in spaces such as the Cueva de los Verdes. The aim is that the attractions are a safe and free place from the corona viruses when they eventually open their doors. The Minister of Health has already visited the Timanfaya, the Green Caves and the Mirador del Río with the aim of presenting some sanitary advice including the type of products, sprays or disinfection that must be used and the areas that need special attention. Other ideas are that the visits to the Cueva de los Verdes will consist of smaller groups of 10 people so that the public are able to honor distancing until little by little some normality is established. Since Lanzarote lives on tourism it is important that the island can be promoted as a place free of the pandemic.