The political right had made much of the government’s alleged role in allowing public gatherings on March 8, when the coronavirus epidemic began to be apparent
Most parts of the country will enter the final stage of the deescalation process on Monday, which will end on June 21 when the state of alarm expires
Experts warn about the difficulty of detecting the coronavirus when thousands of visitors start coming in by sea and air each day
The Spanish Health Ministry has still not updated the total number of victims, which stands at 27,136 for the fifth day running
El Roto cartoon, June 12, 2020
EL PAÍS is conducting a series of interviews with the leaders of Spain’s biggest companies, who describe their experience of the coronavirus health crisis and confinement, offer a diagnosis of the economic outlook, and propose measures to take the country into recovery. Antonio Huertas is the chairman of Spain’s leading insurance company, Mapfre, which is also present in 48 other countries.