As governments across the globe balance lifting restrictions to restart economies against the risk of new infections, Spain government has eased down it’s lockdown restrictions to allow Spaniards move and work freely after seven weeks of strict lockdown in the country.
With Spain having the one of the highest number of fatalities at nearly 25,000. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, has allowed citizens take to the streets to exercise and walk freely. However, he stated that face masks would be obligatory on public transport from Monday.
The United States authorities brought some hope by recently approving an experimental drug for emergency use on coronavirus patients. The measure was the latest step in a global push to find viable treatments and a vaccine for the coronavirus, which has hammered the world economy and caused more than 3.3 million confirmed infections.