By Laura Kemp • 29 April 2020 • 10:25
Photo of Teresa Ribera at the Cepsa plant in Tenerife.
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Please note that the dates outlined on the table above are purely based on the two-week brace period that Prime Minister Sanchez has announced, they are by no means finalised dates and are subject to change based on the evolution of the coronavirus in Spain.
We are currently in this phase, the preparation phase but it will formally begin on May 4. Apart from the common relief measures already approved by the state, this phase allows:
This is the initial stage of de-escalation where activity will partially begin to restart in each territorial space. If all goes well this is due to start on May 11.
This is the intermediate transition stage and if the conditions required are met, this stage will begin on May 25.
This phase is meant to mark the beginning of a ‘new normality’ and hopefully this can begin on June 8
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