Breaking: Spanish government considers mass closure of all airports 

According to the cleaning company, airport areas that are still open – such as Terminal 2, arrivals, etc – require at least a minimum of 30 cleaners to carry out all the necessary cleaning activities to standard, and not eight. Credit: MyGuideMalaga

The closure of all airports in Spain could become a reality to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska told El Mundo the closing of airspace is still in the pipeline while revealing that airport activity has halved.
He said that we are faced “with a dynamic reality, so decisions will be made as things change”, a statement which comes as the number of cases in Spain nears 10,000 with 342 deaths.

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