Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Spain, the government's state of alert decree originally imposed the temporary closure of all shops and restaurants, with the exception of supermarkets, pharmacies and other services considered to be essential.
Coronavirus cases in Spain continue to rise and with no immediate end in sight of the pandemic or lockdown, the government has updated decree law detailing the measures of the state of alarm ("estado de alarma") that was implemented in Spain last Saturday.
Cuarentena (Quarantine) Film Festival is a short film festival which is using the social media platform of Instagram to give people the opportunity to spend this time of quarantine in a different and more entertaining way, above all maintaining the responsibility #YoMeQuedoEnCasa (I’m staying at hom
Spain’s usually busy streets and bustling landmarks have come to a standstill after the Spanish government imposed a nationwide lockdown in a bid to contain the coronavirus epidemic that is turining into one of the worst in Europe's history.
Coronavirus cases in Spain are still on the rise. The Spanish Government as a consequence has adopted a decree law detailing the measures of the state of alarm ("estado de alarma") that was implemented in Spain on Saturday in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.