Spain’s prime minister announces coronavirus deescalation measures

The transition to a “new normality” will last six to eight weeks, explains Pedro Sánchez, with continuing restrictions on travel to other provinces and Spanish islands


Spanish government will avoid setting dates for deescalation measures

The “Plan for the Transition toward a new normality” will instead set out phases and the changes that each step involves. PM Sánchez is due to present the details at a press conference


Spain records lowest rate of coronavirus contagion since declaration of state of alarm

The number of fatalities fell to 301, while new infections dropped to 1,308, a figure not seen since March 14


Coronavirus crisis compounds Spanish job market woes

While the first quarter of the year is never good, temporary layoffs and confinement have made things harder for workers and job seekers alike


Legendary British soccer commentator Michael Robinson dies of cancer aged 61

The broadcaster and former player, who revolutionized sports commentary in Spain in the 1990s, passed away on Monday in his home in Marbella


El Roto

El Roto cartoon, April 28, 2020


Piñor: the Spanish ‘coffin town’ that cannot produce caskets fast enough

The coronavirus crisis has flooded this Galician village with new orders and revitalized an industry that was suffering from Chinese competition


Spain considering setting timetables for walks as part of confinement deescalation

The Cabinet will today be debating the relaxation of measures, which could involve specific times that seniors and children would be allowed out on the street