Are you thinking of studying abroad in Spain in the future? Students are often attracted to spend at least a year in Spain because of its warm climate, sunny beaches, lively cities, local festivals and beautiful architecture.
The Spanish government has approved an aid package of measures focusing on helping struggling rental tenants in the country. According to calculations made by the government, some 500,000 tenants could be affected by the economic consequences of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Spanish government has launched a series of measuress to "save" rental tenants who, due to the loss of income as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, cannot afford to pay rent. Some rental companies have already begun to apply rent arrears and even waivers for their tenants.
The coronavirus outbreak has practically paralysed Spain. We are currently in the third week of confinement and the government has been forced to take further steps and has decreed a halt to all non-essential activities in the country.
It looks like we all might be spending quite a few hours within the 4 walls of our homes because of the coronavirus lockdown. You may have already read 3 books, watched 5 series and even learnt Mandarin Chinese, but don’t panic if you’re running out of things to entertain yourself.