Spain no longer has to wear a mask when going out from June 26

In Spain, from June 26 this year, it is no longer mandatory to wear a mask when going out of the house. The Prime Minister of that country announced this.

The general public is quite satisfied with the announcement of the Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sanchez. The Prime Minister said that from June 26, there will be no obligation to wear a mask when going out of the house in Spain.

The administration of that country took several difficult decisions when the coronavirus infection took a dangerous form in Spain. Mask wearing was made mandatory. Several initiatives were taken by the administration to ensure that everyone wears a mask when stepping outside the house.

The whole of Spain has been with the government for more than a year in the fight against Corona. Infections in the country have been curbed as everyone follows the Covid protocol.

Earlier in France, the people got rid of masks. This time, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said that from June 26, it will no longer be mandatory to wear a mask when going out of the house in Spain. This decision was taken in the meeting of the cabinet of Spain.

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