29 April 2020 – Announced four-stage desescalation plan

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Type of Intervention: Emergency government
Sectors Involved: Physical distancing
Level of Jurisdiction: National
Lead People/Agency:

Overview: Spain’s Prime Minister announced a four phase deescalation plan to return to a sense of normality while also controlling corovonavirus.

Each phase will be a mininum for two weeks.

Spain is currently in phase zero, or the preparation phase.

Under phase 1, small businesses will be allowed to reopoen, and specific shopping hours will be organised for those over 65 years old.

Phase 2 will allow restaurants to carry out table service, and educational centres will be open. Cultural events with less than 50 people inside and 400 people outside will be allowed.

Phase 3 will involve limtied restrictions, the details of which have yet to be outlined.
Full details here: https://elpais.com/sociedad/2020-04-28/estas-son-las-cuatro-fases-para-volver-a-la-normalidad-aprobadas-por-el-gobierno.html?rel=lom