On 10 March the Spanish government announced that as of the next day all schools and universities would be closed. From there the Government took rapid action.
On 13 March recreational venues such as ski fields, gymnasiums, cinemas, theatres, restaurants and bars were closed.
The country was put on wider lockdown on 15 March, which is currently set to last until 29 March (congress will vote on this being extended until 11 April on 25 March).
Citizens are not permitted to leave their homes unless they are carrying out permitted activities such as going to work (for essential businesses only), grocery or pharmacy shopping and dog walking (one person only). While restaurants are closed to the public, their kitchens may remain open for home-delivery services.