Spanish children go outdoors for first time in six weeks

The Globe and Mail

Date Published: April 26, 2020

Source: The Globe and Mail

Spanish children went outside on Sunday for the first time in six weeks, after living under one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns. Children under 14 are now allowed one hour of supervised outdoor activity per day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m., as long as it is within one kilometre of their home. Children must still remain two metres away from each other and cannot use playgrounds or shared toys. This small ease in restrictions comes after Spain hit its lowest daily increase in COVID-19 deaths in a month. If the coronavirus toll continues to fall, Spain plans to further ease restrictions, allowing people out to exercise alone starting May 2.

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Summary by: Rosyln Mainland