Spanish PM Asks For A 1 Month Extension To The State Of Alarm

The Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez will ask for a 1 month extension to the State of Alarm, which would mean the State of Alarm would last until the end of June. Sánchez also said that he hoped the de-escalation process would be complete in at least half of Spain by the start of the summer. Only 5% of Spaniards have been infected with coronavirus, which has had a 1% death rate in Spain.

It is not clear when social mobility will be restored to levels experienced prior to the pandemic, or when borders will be open to foreigners.


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