Spain’s new state of alarm: what you can and can’t do

The Spanish Cabinet today approved a curfew from 11pm to 6am, leaving the regions various options when it comes to restricting mobility


Spanish prime minister approves new state of alarm with plans to keep it in place until May

The new decree gives regional governments the option to prohibit travel in and out of their territories unless it is justified, as well as imposing an obligatory nationwide curfew between 11pm and 6am


Spanish government planning a new state of alarm that will last for many weeks

The Cabinet is due to meet on Sunday morning to approve the emergency measure, which counts on the backing of the majority of the regions to give them a legal framework for coronavirus restrictions