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The Spanish government has ordered a lockdown in the capital Madrid and surrounding areas badly affected by coronavirus after a rise in cases. Under the new restrictions, residents will not be allowed to leave the area unless they have to make an essential journey.
Spain’s nascent economic recovery is under threat because of a second wave of coronavirus infections, the International Monetary Fund said, warning that the government shouldn’t remove fiscal support too early.
The country was taken off the 'safe travel' list in July in a move that devastated British tourists planning trips to the sun
Spain added about 100,000 jobs in September as the economy slowly recovers from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, Social Security Minister Jose Luis Escriva said on Wednesday.
The Spanish government is planning new national coronavirus rules that will impose tougher restrictions on Madrid, after days of confrontation over how to respond to the upsurge in cases that has hit the capital harder than any other region in Europe.
THE RATE of new COVID-19 cases is falling in Alicante Province according to the latest data supplied by the Valencian Health Ministry. Figures announced
Spain registered nearly 32,000 more coronavirus cases and 179 deaths as the government continues to clash with
Spain's tally of confirmed coronavirus cases reached 748,266 on Monday, rising by 31,785 from Friday's total, health ministry data showed.
Spanish Foreign Affairs Minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya arrives at the Residence Palace ahead of an informal breakfast with EU foreign ministers in Brussels, Belgium1, 2020. St
Spain’s Supreme Court upheld on Monday an 18-month ban from public office for Catalonia’s regional leader on charges of disobedience, a move likely to trigger a regional election. The case stems from Quim Torra’s refusal,