Spain could reimpose state of emergency over COVID-19 if situation worsens
Spain could reimpose state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic if the situation worsens, Spain's Deputy Prime Minister Carmen Calvo said on Tuesday.
Spain ended its national state of emergency on Sunday (June 21) after three months of lockdown. It has registered over 246,000 confirmed cases with more than 28,000 deaths.
Small outbreaks have been recorded recently in Spain but the health ministry said they're all under control.
At an elderly house in Lleida in Catalonia region, 18 people, 13 elderly and five staff, have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Testing started on June 17 at the care home when some showed COVID-19 symptoms.
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