Spain announces €200 billion relief package against effects of coronavirus

PM Pedro Sánchez calls it "the greatest mobilization of resources in the country’s entire democratic history"

Commuters in Spain complain of overcrowding during coronavirus lockdown

Photos of packed trains fill social media, as passengers express concern that they are not able to maintain a safe distance to protect themselves from possible contagion

Spain sees nearly 2,000 new coronavirus cases in a day, with confirmed deaths rising to 491

“We are not ruling out closing the airspace,” said Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska on Tuesday, after land borders were shut on Monday night

Spanish government applauds king’s reaction to financial scandal, but supports judicial probe

Unidas Podemos and regional parties want a congressional inquiry into alleged Swiss bank accounts tied to Felipe VI's father Juan Carlos I

Spanish firms react to coronavirus with a wave of temporary layoffs, affecting more than 100,000 jobs

Seat, Burger King and Iberia are among the companies that have so far filed an ERTE, allowing them to suspend jobs “until normality is reestablished”

Spanish political parties close ranks around the government in battle against the coronavirus

The priority for the administration now, as well as stopping the spread of the pandemic, will be the minimizing of the economic damage caused by the crisis

With Spain in lockdown, virtual education replaces the traditional classroom

The coronavirus outbreak has forced schools across the country to close, but some teachers face bigger hurdles than others as resources and familiarity with online tools vary from center to center