Coronavirus: Spanish Government to insist on wearing face masks along the Costa- del Sol and Costa Blanca until well after June

WORKERS across Spain could be asked to carry on wearing face masks well after the coronavirus crisis finishes to prepare for the ‘second wave’ of infections.

Ministers are discussing ordering the use of protective equipment in the workplace and on public transport, they believe it could be the only way to allow a widespread return to normality once the home lockdown ends.

Millions, including leisure industry, retail and factory workers, could be asked to wear masks and gloves while working indoors well past ‘post-crisis.’

Hotels, Airports, Bars, and Restaurants will all be required to adhere to the proposed law being considered now in Moncloa, the Spanish Government Headquarters.

According to sources, this is being brought about by the fact that a ‘second wave’ of the coronavirus is fully expected, as is being experienced by China now. One look at daily life in Wuhan through social media demonstrates this.

Holidaymakers, especially expats will most probably be worried by the strange but familiar sight as they return in their expected droves, hopefully in the middle of June this year.

 

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