February 19 According to a report by the European Times on the 19th, the COVID-19 epidemic situation in Madrid, the capital of Spain, has eased recently, and the curfew policy has been relaxed.
According to reports, the Madrid authorities confirmed that the local curfew policy was relaxed from February 18, and the curfew was delayed by one hour, starting at 11 p.m. and ending at 6 a.m. the next day.
At the same time, bars and restaurants can be open until 11 p.m., but no new guests can be received after 10 p.m., and takeout can be delivered until 0 p.m. There are up to 4 people per table indoors in bars and restaurants, and up to 6 people per table on outdoor terraces. Wear masks when not dining or drinking water.
All shops are open until 10 p.m. at the latest except for places that provide basic services.
According to Johns Hopkins University, so far, Spain has more than 3.12 million confirmed cases and 66,704 deaths.