Last weekend it was the first one where restaurants could actually be open to the public with outdoor seating.
The police shut down 12 places for not complying with social distancing. Of course, people where sat at ordinary tables where you don't seet 6 ft. from the other guests, and you have to take off your mask to eat/drink.
Some of my friends in Buenos Aires have started posting pictures of their outing. I am sure that as the weather gets warmer, I'll see more of that. For now, I am not feeling the urge, despite La Nación classifying eating out (otdoor) as mid-low risk.
In Italy, millionaire Flavio Briatore was authorized to open the most famous disco of Italy, with limited access, and he caught himself the virus while there. He was hospitalized and discharged after a few days. He said that people go to the disco to stay together, and even if you give access to 3,000 instead of 10,000, those 3,000 will want to gather and not stay far away one from each other. Dancing is called a social activity for a reason!
He makes a fair point.