Spain aims to phase out coronavirus lockdown in second half of May

Spain aims to phase out coronavirus lockdown in second half of May
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Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Wednesday his government plans to begin winding down the coronavirus lockdown measures in the second half of May, APA reports citing Reuters.

Restrictions will be eased slowly and gradually to ensure safety, Sanchez said at a parliamentary session where he will ask lawmakers to extend Spain’s state of emergency until May 9.

The lockdown was first enforced in Spain on March 14.

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