Meanwhile, Spain has now backed down on a controversial decision to stop children enjoying a walk with their parents.
Health Minister Salvador Illa countered a wave of criticism by confirming under 14s would be able to go for a stroll with their mums and dads from this Sunday.
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The U-turn came after his government was labelled a “joke” by Spaniards.
They have been prevented from leaving home since mid-March when Spain’s state of emergency began.
Mr Illa, confirming walks would be allowed, said the government had “listened” to the criticism.
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