After more than two months of lockdown measures and when the coronavirus was at its peak, you would have thought that it would be then that face masks were compulsory to be worn in public. Only now after months of research, the Spanish government have made new rules making the use of protective face masks obligatory in public spaces.
Cinemas, theatres, auditoriums and other similar establishments for cultural performances may re-open, at a third of their capacity, also allowed are wedding celebrations or other social religious ceremonies, friends and family in groups up to 15 people, retail and service provision, shopping centres and shopping parks can reopen to the public. Bar and restaurant activities, the reopening to the public of these establishments for consumption on the premises, except for nightclub bars and nightlife bars, as long as they do not exceed forty per cent of their capacity and the public areas of the hotels and tourist accommodation may be reopened to the public, provided that they do not exceed a third of their capacity.
Late ERTE payments will be sorted this week, SPAIN’S Labour and Social Economy Minister, Yolanda Diez, has admitted that there are 300,000 temporary employment regulation files (ERTE) payments still outstanding as of today (14 May
The revocation is based on the weight of previous rulings and the fact that there has never been a direct DNA sample taken from Iglesias, something he has always refused to do. Mr Sanchez and his mother have vowed to take the fight further, possibly to the European Supreme Court.
A 36-year-old man has been arrested in Sabadell (Barcelona) charged with killing his 64-year-old father in the apartment they shared. The Catalan Mossos d’Esquadra force were called out to the address after a local resident said that “something strange” was happening in the property.
IF the ban on mass gatherings in Spain continues into August, it is estimated that 100,000 weddings will have to be postponed or cancelled, affecting not just the betrothed but also caterers, salons, entertainers and any other small or large businesses involved in the industry.
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