Amidst the nationwide lockdown for about six weeks due to Coronavirus outbreak, Children in Spain finally allowed out to play, go for a walk and meet their friends as the government eased curfew situations.
Spain, one of the hardest hit countries, with a death toll running more than 23,000 to put it behind only the United States and Italy despite stringent restrictions imposed from March 14, including keeping all children indoors.
Today, with their scooters, tricycles or cars, the children with their parents came out onto largely deserted streets.
Moreover, Spanish Health Minister, Salvador Illa, has announced that aged people will be able to walk out from May 2nd.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed that more than 2.8 million people have been infected with COVID-19 worldwide, with around 193,722 deaths.
The global tourism and travel sector could lose around 2.7 trillion dollars due to the impact of this deadly pandemic, nearly 100 million jobs at risk, according to estimates by the World Travel and Tourism Council.