Spain is the second most impacted country by COVID-19 and has surpassed Italy to have the highest outbreak in Europe.
The Spanish government has introduced a plan towards a 'new normal' of four phases, with each phase to last four weeks and the potential to reach phase four (the 'new normality' stage) by the end of June. The plan progressively allows shops and small businesses to begin re-opening as well as establishments with outdoor areas or those that enact social distancing measures and operate at a lesser capacity.
When reached, Spain's phase four will mark the end of social and economic restrictions. Public transport capacity and mobility across regions will increase to 100 percent.