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Non-essential activities stop from Monday in Spain due to coronavirus

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Madrid, 30 Mar, EFE, (Camera: Raúl García/Ángel Herrera/Juan Yagüe).- From Monday March 30, Spain will close all non-essential activities, in order to reduce the mobility of citizens as much as possible and thus avoid new infections and the collapse of the health system, which is already at maximum capacity due to COVID 19 infections.FOOTAGE OF SPAIN'S CAPITAL, MADRID, AND CLOSED BUSINESSES AND ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS AIRBUS, AND A QUIET CHARMARTIN TRAIN STATION

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