Spain today has a population of 5100 cases of infection, while in the past the positive cases were 4209, of which over 2 thousand in the region of the capital Madrid, the most affected (deaths yesterday were 64). Thursday evening, the budget was 84 dead and 3.004 cases. "Unfortunately, we can not exclude that next week we'll go over the 10 thousand people infected," said the head of the government. "We are in the first phase of the fight against the virus is widespread in all countries of the world and particularly in our continent of Europe". The state of alert declared allows for the mobilisation of "all the means-economic, health, public and private, civil and military, to protect all citizens," he explained. But "the victory depends on each of us, heroism is in the wash your hands and stay home," he added.
The Village began, however, to be in trouble, especially in Madrid. "The situation is very difficult, there are more patients in beds," explained Guillen of the Barrio, a nurse at the hospital of La Paz in the Spanish capital and a member of a union.
local authorities have adopted a series of measures to try to limit the spread of the virus. After that of Madrid - which has also closed to bars, restaurants and nightclubs - several regions have announced the closure of schools.
In the north, and Catalonia, had decreed the quarantine of the four locations, and the closure of commercial areas, gyms and ski resorts. The region of Murcia, in the South-East of the Country, has announced on Twitter that the isolation of the tourist areas facing the fear of the arrival of the people of madrid in their second homes. In the Basque country, one of the regions most affected, the authorities have already declared state of health emergency that facilitates the mobilisation of all the services. To avoid that the churches become hotbeds of contamination, the Spanish bishops ' Conference has urged catholics to follow the "messe on radio and television".
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