30th October 2020
Salvador Illa
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Criteria for restrictions to be equal for all cities with over 100,000 inhabitants in Spain

Latest: Coronavirus in Spain figures (20 Oct)

The Spanish government and the Madrid regional government have reached an ‘agreement’ that a common set of restrictions should be imposed upon cities and towns across Spain with over 100,000 inhabitants – with the criteria based mainly upon the rate of infection.

The basis for agreement was announced by Spain’s Health Minister, Salvador Illa, on Tuesday evening.

Click here for the updated reportMadrid now facing partial lockdown on entire city – and 9 other towns in region

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