Coronavirus spaniards refuse to sunbathe with grapes: video minister believes in common sense

Coronavirus spaniards refuse to sunbathe with grapes: video minister believes in common sense

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The Spanish government this week introduced the obligation to wear the veil in public, regardless of distance from others. However, the day after the measure was published in the code, Spain’s Ministry of Health called an expert group of regional representatives to agree to make an exception to the law, El País reported on Saturday.

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“If you’re sunbathing on the beach or swimming, you don’t need a veil to keep a safe distance from others.” Catalan Interior Minister Mikel Samper said over the weekend. He said that it was purely a matter of general knowledge. Members of governments of other Spanish regions expressed similar views.

But the problem, according to the daily El País, is that by law, the veil should always be worn in public, regardless of distance from others. This remedy does not apply to children under six years of age.

The veil has been mandatory for the public in Spain since last May. At that time, the central Spanish government ordered them to wear indoors and out as well, if it was not possible to maintain a safe distance. The summer wear regulations were later enacted to apply nationwide in the summer, but were then introduced by individual autonomous communities, which set out their own measures against the spread of coronoviruses, including grapes.

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