Spain update day 70 – Phase changes on the way

Hola amigos, qué tal? Stuart here from
Spain Speaks with an update on the current situation here in spain
day 70 of the current health crisis and today again it’s all about the
phases as regions are going to be moving into
different phases as of monday now firstly a big thanks to
all of the people that left comments on the last video lots of debate happening
there again thanks for your opinions on the topics a
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thanks there for your support now as i said it’s all about phase one
and phase two here in spain at the moment because
all of the regions that were in phase zero and now allowed to go to phase one
on monday so let’s have a look madrid barcelona castillon pass to phase one
valencia is the only one that does not advance
in the de-escalation so some good news there for people
in Madrid, Barcelona Castilla y Leon etc who are now able to go to phase one and
finally we’ll be able to see some family and friends that we haven’t seen outside
of a video call for the last 70 days so good news there
now let’s have a look at the de-escalation phase map so we can get an
idea here of where we are in spain and what phase
we’re going to be in so we can see here that as of the 25th
of may all of spain is in phase one or phase
two so the orange areas phase one and the
bluey green areas phase two and we can see here that the
comunidad valenciana the Valencian community
all in orange Murcia here now goes into phase two
so does Almaria but Granada and Malaga stay in phase one
and the rest of Andalucia goes into phase two
Extremadura into phase two as well as well as Galicia, Asturias
Cantabria and the Basque country and some areas there in Castilla la mancha
and Aragon and all of the islands now in phase two
so fantastic news if you’re living in the Canary islands
or if you are in the Balearic islands you are now
going into phase two so of course that leads to the question
what can you do now in phase two so let’s have a look among the measures
included in phase two of the de-escalation is the elimination of time
slots the expansion of the number of people
who can meet visiting relatives in residences or opening beaches and
swimming pools so let’s have a look in better detail here at that
so phase two for example where can i travel to
well it’s the same as phase one you can only travel in your territorial unit
province island or health region can i leave my province
no you cannot for the time being are there time slots for exercise
no they have been eliminated there are only time slots for seniors
70 plus and they continue to be from 10 a.m to 12 noon and 7 p.m to 8 p.m
and other people can’t interfere with the time slots for seniors
okay the rest of the population can’t go out and do exercise
in those time slots you have to respect the senior time slots
how many people can get together in groups up to 15 family and friends you
can meet at somebody’s home or you can go to a restaurant or a bar
can i visit a relative in an elderly residence yes but by appointment only
can i have a meal inside a restaurant yes forty percent maximum capacity
can i go to the beach or a pool yes you can
public pools are by appointment only and beach rules are subject to municipality
and will shopping centers open yes they will but with reduced
capacity and distancing rules so one of the main changes here regarding shopping
areas is that now shops bigger than 400 square
meters are allowed to open in phase two so a few
changes there from what you could do in phase one
if you are going into phase two but remember that a fair slab of the country
is either going into phase one or remaining in phase one for example
valencia community as we saw before now as we just saw there’s going to be some
changes in phase 2 regarding the use of beaches and we can see here how will
beaches be in each community there will be drones capacity control
apps or cameras municipalities autonomous communities
and experts debate on how to reduce the capacity
and the possibilities of contagion on beaches and there’s a couple of areas
here that have put forward ideas as to what they’re going to
do so for example we can see here in galicia
the Xunta the Galician government will propose to the galician council’s
assist them so that citizens who want to go to the beach this summer
can formulate a request for an online appointment as
reported by the autonomous government last monday this tool will allow
citizens to obtain accreditation to access a specific beach on a selected
date with a mechanism similar to that used on the beaches of the cathedrals
the cathedrals of course being a specific beach in the north of spain and
another one here in the valencian community we can see that the
generalitat is working on the elaboration of a catalog of beaches in
the valencian community to spread the enormous wealth of the
valencian coast and a computer application that allows people to know
the level of occupation of the beaches before deciding which one
to go to so as we saw their beaches are going to
open again but there’s going to be strict rules controlling the access
to those beaches so remember to download an
app if there is one in your local community if you want to go to the beach
this summer in spain or in phase two or phase three of this de-escalation
but again the rules and regulations will depend on each municipality now beaches
have been a bit of a hot spot over the last few days and we’ve
seen in barcelona specifically that there have been crowds of people going
to the beaches and basically forgetting the rules that
are in place at the moment and we can see here the beaches in barcelona were
subject to agglomerations and prohibited activities when they opened last week
and we can see here that some citizens have some bathe on the sand or bathed
in the sea despite not being allowed so even though the beaches in barcelona are
open you’re not allowed to sit on the sand you’re only allowed to walk on the
sand to do some type of exercise and swimming is prohibited and i’m sure
that’s the same in other areas that are going into phase
one as well remember phase two is the time when
beaches will start to open again not phase one if that is your particular
situation now the madrid lord mayor mr Almeida also came out yesterday and
talked about the future of tourism in madrid and he set the return of
international tourism to madrid in 2021 and is already working on a revival plan
he said the city council is working on a plan to reactivate this tourism to
generate confidence and the tourists know that they can get
to madrid without fear so 2021 the date set by madrid for
international tourism to return to any type of normality
and that’s also bad news for a lot of other areas in spain because madrid is
one of the main tourist hubs and a lot of the tourism starts in
madrid and works its way to other areas in spain
so for example some parts of andalusia depend on madrid for their transport
for example seville and cordova with the fast train
and other areas like that so if madrid is not open for international tourism it
will be hard for other areas to open up as well
unless they have some type of independent airport i suspect or they
develop those travel corridors that we mentioned the other day
and people can travel directly to the place and not spread to other areas in
spain for example the canary islands or the
balearic islands now let’s have a look at some of the comments from the last
video now the first one here from arthur hi stuart thank you for the very
informative videos when this is all over would you consider doing a video on
Jaen city have recently bought a house about 20 minutes away
would love to see or hear your take on the place
your Arthur thanks for the comment i do plan to travel around spain again
once the restrictions are lifted and i’m able to leave my local municipality on
monday i’ll be able to travel around the madrid region
but we’re not allowed to travel to other areas yet and even in phase two we’re
not allowed to travel to other provinces so we’re probably going to have to wait
a little bit longer before we can start traveling around spain again but i do
have many places on my agenda to visit this year although Jaen in the
middle of summer is probably not one of the better places to visit in spain
as it can be extremely hot is one of these interior places in andalusia
but it is a very nice place to visit they have a fantastic
mountain area there called Cazorla and some of the cities in Jaen
are also quite attractive for example Baeza, Bailen,
cities like that and one thing you’ll notice in Jaen is the smell that those
olive oil refineries give off which is a bit of a strange smell if
you’re not used to it but very noticeable in that part of the
world but uh high-end nice place and i will definitely go there as soon
as i can one here from kenneth hi we’re flying out de fuegola from the uk on
june the 30th will the restrictions still be on or
should we amend to later on in the year yet kenneth i’d most likely
say that the restrictions are still going to be on so be careful with that
check back in a couple of weeks to see if there have been any changes but the
30th of june does seem a little bit soon considering that fuente dollar is still
in phase one at the moment and going through the phase system a little bit
slower than other parts of spain so the 30th of june in my opinion a
little bit soon and i’d probably postpone for a little
bit later in the year or a little bit later in the summer
if you can one here from valeria melbourne is freezing worried about
getting the sniffles not knowing if it’s the rona or just
a common cold hope there are extra tests because melbourne flu is bad this is
when we come to spain to enjoy the sun but doesn’t look like it will happen in
2020 i’ll just keep enjoying your videos and pretend i’m in spain
saludos from down under yeah valeria i feel for you there in melbourne going
into your cold winter melbourne can be a fairly
cold place over the winter months but the good news for you guys is that footy
is back as of next month so that’s going to be
something to look forward to and maybe help you get through those cold winter
months and a lot of aussies that were looking to
come to europe this summer their hopes for a holiday to europe
obviously have been dashed so not good news there for you if you were planning
to come to europe this summer want to hear from christian hi stuart thanks for
the good work your videos are part of my daily routine
to answer your question spain will never recover if the current government has
something to say in the matter right now it’s not about covert 19
anymore it seems it is more important for them to work their way
through the socialist wish list the only thing they will achieve
is bringing a proud nation to its knees and they will take
down europe with them yeah christian i see that this comment was quite popular
i think 17 or so people liked this comment
and that is the thought of a lot of people here in spain
that the government is working on its own agenda its
socialist agenda if you like because they are a socialist party they are in
power with polemos who are even further left on the scale
and some people do think they are trying to push through
their agenda during the state of alam so what’s your opinion questions or
comments leave them in the section below as to what the future of spain is from a
political point of view one hear from louis stewart are you
allowed to travel by car through the whole province of alicante living there
or is it still restricted to the health region or the local hospital
yeah louie in phase one in alicante you can leave your municipality
you can travel to other parts of the province
as long as they are also in phase one which i believe to be the case
you can take your car and travel to another pueblo and have a coffee have a
meal do whatever you like there but remember
that tourism activities are limited to organized tourism groups so you can’t
just go off for a walk in the mountains by yourself apparently but you can
travel to other places as i said to have a meal visit friends
things like that one hear from joy hi thanks for
everything i belong to a spanish bank i have been waiting for my redundancy pace
since march tell the tourists coming to
galicia to take warm jackets as the evenings can be quite chilly
joy from galifia yeah thanks for the comment joy sorry to see that you
haven’t got your redundancy pay yet i know that there are a few people in
the same situation as you but hopefully it’s going to get sorted out over the
next few weeks and if you have a spanish bank account
it should be easier this is related to the topic that we brought up the other
day about the n26 bank and the person that wasn’t able
to get their money because she had that bank account
and tourists coming to galifia you’re right it can be a bit chilly there the
atlantic weather can make it a bit chilly there of an evening
and it’s a good idea to have something to put on if it does get a little bit
cold now speaking about galicia somebody got in touch with me and apparently
canal cuatro which is one of the television stations
here is looking for expats in the riya’s basis area
to do some type of interview for the television so
if you’re interested in participating in that go to the canal cuatro facebook
page and tell them your story tell them that you are a foreigner living in that
part of the world and that you’d be interested in participating on that show
so the canal cuatro four facebook page one here from oliver
hi stuart i’m a uk citizen who has lived in ottawa for the past six months
i work in the uk and the oil and gas sector therefore i have been given a
letter from my employer explaining that i am a key
worker can i re-enter spain with this does this count as cross-border work and
the addition of my padron work also can you shed any light
on exceptional circumstances i keep reading about with regards to
entry examples would be great yeah ali i’m not 100 sure what those key
workers are apart from the ones that work in the
health system i know that doctors and nurses and other
people that work in the health system are considered key workers at the moment
there are also other key sector jobs but i don’t know exactly what those are
if anybody does know please leave it in the comment section below so that you
can help ollie out i suppose that if your company says that
you are a key worker and you have some type of documentation to get into the
country as well as the padron that might be
enough i suggest you get in contact with the embassy or maybe the local area
where you are working ask them if you are considered to be a
key worker because according to the official gazette
there is a list of what they classify as key workers so whether you are one or
not depends on what they say in that gazette
one here from corey can’t say i really understand all the hubbub about the face
masks where i live barely half the people were
wearing them anyway even though the streets are packed
same story yesterday not a cop in sight handing out fines
yeah corey a lot of talk at the moment about face masks i went out yesterday
and everybody that i saw virtually was
wearing a face mask even though there was a lot of distance between people
people just seemed to prefer to put them on at least where i am here
in your particular area as you said here the police don’t really seem to care if
people have them on or not so maybe it’s a little bit more relaxed there i don’t
know let us know in the comment section below
what your particular area is like if people are wearing masks or not if the
streets are crowded and people are not wearing masks
let us know in the comments section below what your particular situation is
and finally one here from lane well i’ve been doing my bit to keep
spanish viticulture flourishing with a bottle of fiery spanish rioja for some
reason bearing the name muriel on the label yeah thanks for the
comment and good to see that you are supporting the local economy by drinking
that fiery spanish wine bodegas muriel i think is
the one that you referred to they are in the rioja area maybe they
have some other wineries around spain as well and you can see the publicity for
that particular bodega or winery all throughout that region so
keep it up and keep drinking that spanish wine
which i must say is a fairly good drop and quite
reasonably priced so on that note i’ll wrap that video up
questions or comments please leave them in the section below i’ll let you guys
debate the situation out as you normally do
give the video a thumbs up if you liked it i’ll see you in the next one

100 thoughts on “Spain update day 70 – Phase changes on the way

  1. All LEFT WING Govts are deliberately destroying their countries. I wish all people were as intelligent as the right wing minded people. The ones who actually do their homework.

  2. No te olvides de Úbeda. Absolutamente imprescindible si vas a Jaén, al igual que Porcuna, Linares o los diversos puntos con arte rupestre 😉

  3. Simon Harris (1960-2020): Father, musician, teacher, scholar, friend and inspiration to many, a true European and a true Nationalist.

    Condolences to all of the family; he fought the good fight, he’s already greatly missed and will not be forgotten, rest easy my adopted Catalan brother.

  4. Phase 1 hasn't made a lot of difference as a lot of Bars, restaurants etc are still staying closed as its not worth their while opening with these restrictions in place to my mind they knew this when these phases were planned .

  5. Face Masks – Costa Blanca … Consum Supermarkets now have a big sign on the door saying that face masks must be worn when entering the premises … Media Markt at La Zenia is also adopting the same policy where the security guard will stop you from entering unless you are wearing a face mask.

  6. Hi Stuart, thanks again for a very enlightening vid! I know you've already gone over it for other regions, but could you give an overview of what will change in the Madrid area in phase 1? Particularly interested to know whether the major parks will open and what's the definition of 'hiking'; because there are a lot of green hill areas close to the city I wouldn't mind wander about in anticipation of the big stuff. Thanks for your help!

  7. Hi stuart I have been trying to get back to uk from tenerife since the 9th of april I have had 3 flights booked and they have all be cancelled I no British can't come to tenerife but I don't see why we can't fly back do you

  8. i guess the main question is : when will we be allowed to escape this country (other european nations have their borders opened);

  9. "and it will bring down the rest of Europe". WTF? Get a grip on reality will ya?! Spain is not that important. Europe would be just fine is Spain disappeared of the map altogether. We would just have our holidays in Portugal or Italy instead. No doubt this was from an arrogant Spaniard. They are completely dillusional about Spain's place in the world. Pathetic to listen to.

  10. No international travel for Spain this year at all then not until next year, better warn everyone as people are booking flights right left and centre to come even though they are having theirs flights cancelled they still keep trying, best they saved their money until next year to be honest.

  11. Hope that the aggressively fascist Vox and the right + party PP do not press the government to make unwise decisions that may well be admitting people from countries that have completely different "virus history" ..

  12. More than a year ago I suffered from a virus that took away my strenght, made me throwing up and gave me a strange headache and confusion. It lasted nearly a month and, after many days with respiratory difficulty, I went to the emergency service. The room was full of people with the same illnes, doctor told me, and many of them with respiratory masks and oxigen. The diagnosis was: viriasis process in last phase with a little pulmonar involvement. My doctor told me that emergency services were full all over Madrid and Spain.
    So I can understand that this coronavirus (or whatever this disease is) is not brand new. But some global power has taken advantage of it in order to make a huge profit with the horror and the snowball effect spread by TV and governments.

  13. Some idiots never show respect and do not use mask, most use mask here around the Benidorm area.

  14. Another good update Stuart, We're still in phase 1 here but I've been trying to find out more about the changes for phase 2 (I don't think the BOEs are out yet). From what I have read so far, although the exercise times are removed (except for the over 70s as you said). It does look like the start and finish times (0600 and 2300) will remain. No word yet on being able to drive somewhere to exercise (hike in the mountains etc which I personally am really looking forward to) Also I see that it has just been announced that international tourism will start again in July.

  15. “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.”

  16. Hi Stuart, what do you think about Australia standing up to China`s bullying, I support Australia and the 5 eyes.By the way I have a lot of Aussie friends who live in Earls Court London.

  17. If someone objects to wearing a little mask, they're definitely not going to enjoy being on a ventilator!

  18. 'though they sang in their chains like the sea..' Dylan Thomas. Fern Hill. A good one, about the old times when he could do anything he wanted.. PS. Thanks for the info about 'Muriel'. Will quaff her with added enthusiasm!

  19. " is there time slots for exercise? " no… but you can not go between 10 – 12 noon or 7pm – 8pm… so there is a time slot then, 12 – 7 and 8 – ?? 🙈😂

  20. Spanish socialist left wing communist government overreach is no longer acceptable!
    Revolution is long overdue!

  21. No wonder they don't want tourists! They want to control the resident population first …. who will then help 'control' tourist ? Or is this only temporary?

  22. I know the deaths are coming down but spain seems to still have a high number of new infections every day. Where are these infections coming from if everyone has been locked down for 70 days??????

  23. I like that there are NO time slots, but seniors only at certain times. Therefore there are time slots. When will they stop the insanity? #freespainnow

  24. Iain Sanders: how many litters of wine do you have to drink in order to save the Spanish economy? Certainly a damaged kidney won't shorten the waiting list in Spanish hospitals…

  25. IN P1 OR 2 CAN YOU GO IN A park and just stay there on a bench and have something to drink eat and picnic on a blanket?

  26. As per 23rd of May, Pedro Sánchez ( Prime Minister ) has announced that borders with all countries will be opened without quarantine to all foreign travellers !

  27. I don’t know about u guys, but i a tired of this stupidity that is led by a bunch of amateurs Gov. We have to fight this each and everyone if we want to be free again. Else modern slavery

  28. These measures are literally bottom line retarded without any medical evidence in place…like sunbathing or taking a swim 🙈

  29. Hello Stewart. Thanks for the info and updates. On June 1st, we will resume flights to Madrid from Doha soon to be followed by Barcelona. People connecting to Spain from Australia, Middle East and Asia will have a air connections established again. Best regards from hot and sunny Doha, State of Qatar.

  30. today Sanchezsaid it will open national tourism june and international borders for tourism july not 2021

  31. Anyone that thinks any of these phase 2 rules make sense has been in lockdown way too long. Absolute contradiction. You can not be of sane mind AND think this has all been about protecting us from a virus.

  32. German alternative media have said that, like a bone, scenarios likes this will be gnawed at until there is no meat left. One of the pieces of meat is the Euro. The prediction is that the Euro has about one year to go and then it is GONE. The EU might be one of the big casualties in this manufactured crisis, but there are likely more to come.

  33. In Phase 2, can I drive from my home to the mountains, and start exercising there by hiking for the day?

  34. In phase 1, are you allowed to cycle anywhere within the Torrevieja region? I was stopped by the Guardia last evening when cycling and told that I was only allowed to cycle round Benijofar, the village I live in.

  35. Barely a mask being worn in the town where I am near Nottingham UK. I'm perfectly OK with that. 4 deaths total in the locality, all were over 90 years with one or more co morbidities.
    The average age for a death from the Rona in the UK is 80 years as opposed to general life expectancy in the UK of 79.2 years for males and 82.9 years for females. Looks about right as two thirds of deaths are men bringing the average down slightly.
    So to summarise, the age for death from Rona is the same as the average age of life expectancy. Complete waste of time and the biggest ruse ever pulled on the population of this planet.

  36. If you have a Spanish bank it will soon be empty…..the banks are inventing new charges to rob people every other day.

  37. Erte money was recieved this morning.. It wasnt even half my normal wage, and as far as i know its meant to be a payment for 15apr-15may. It doesnt even cover my rent, so dont keep your hopes up people!

  38. Stuart, can you clarify? Are you saying official airport international travel to Spain, such as from U.S., Etc. won't begin till Jan of 2021?? Or did you just say it will just return to 'normal in 2021' implying international travel is open now, but with restrictions upon the foreign visitor …thanks.

  39. As yet we haven't finished the health emergency in Spain. In these circumstances with people still dying every day I am very surprised to see some political leaders here calling public demonstrations against the state of emergency which was put in place to save lives. The country is not in an election campaign as far as I know! Now is not the moment for selfish political stunts which can put people's health at risk. These political leaders are behaving irresponsibly and sadly only seem to be interested in whipping up division and acrimony to put themselves into power at any cost. On Tuesday 26 May the whole country will enter a 10 day period of national mourning for the tens of thousands of victims. Cheap party politics should be put aside for the time being.

  40. Stuart, I think Sanchez just waited until you had released today's video, before making his announcement about tourists from July being allowed. You might need to have a word with him so he feeds into you first lol

  41. Galicia’s Xunta is using a script straight out of Commie China’s playbook. Beaches only by appointment and gov permission. Please remind me again why would anyone want to live in Spain?

  42. Nothing like going to the beach having a drone filming you…. Guess we have to bring bats to the beach and lots of base balls…

  43. Is it me or everyone around the world doing all these "phase" about the same time? Makes you wonder? I live in the USA we are also in phases?

  44. Lots of Greetings from Germany! We are a bit ahead in opening up. Covid-19 infections spread in a restaurant and in a church. So stay vigilant! We are down to 12 500 confirmed infected people, probably in reality active 60 000 to 120 000 infected people able to spread infection. Reproduction number "presumably" below 1, so still less infections over time, but close to 1, so…this will be a close thing. Stay safe! Cheers, Michael

  45. Ferando Simon the Corona "doctor" of Spain is now under invstigation of fraud and will also face reponsability for all the deaths of people of Spain because of the to hard messures. Guardia Civil has taken hes passport so he cant leave Spain. Hope that psycopth ends up in jail for a long time.

  46. Oh how I long for those heady care-free days when we were "Flattening the curve"….
    Now we're just going full-on communist instead

  47. The latest published figures indicate that the UK has moved level with Italy on the basis of number of deaths per percentage of population and will obviously surpass Italy in the coming days ( Note: i am not referring to the total number of deaths per country…..this for the benefit of people who choose not to read comments carefully)

  48. Hi there, does anyone have a link or a name for a channel of this nature of information in English for Italy, please? Not mainstream media. Thanks!

  49. Although this channel is purely factual I LOVE THE FACT that the majority of the comments are awake people and seeing what is going on! Great to see it. Thanks Stuart, for the factual info.

  50. Not allowed to sit on sand??? Hmmm
    Appointment for beach. Hmmm
    Not swimming. Hmmm
    Drones. Hmmm
    What else is there to come?

  51. Hi Stuart You said Valencia phase 1 Murcia phase 2 the map shows Alicante and Costa Blanca Costa del Sol. Can you clarify please.

  52. Sad that we have to tolerate Stuart's inability to resist highlighting and supporting ignorant, right-wing, divisive rantings in the comments.

  53. Cheers Stuart. I missed my Easter in Spain and I'm desperate to make it in the summer. My wife's a teacher so it's got to be before September. More likely in the October half term holiday. I have to say that listening to the nightmare of applying for a time slot to visit a beach will be a total turn off for many. Not just foreign tourists either. Anything east of Malaga in the summer months is packed with Spanish tourists and many of them will have to think twice about the financial outlay in the current circumstances anyway. Besides, what is the point of the government creating rules that nobody will obey? The police will have to charge people for (Shock, Horror) sitting on the sand or the law's an ass. If foreign tourists arrive most of them wont even be aware of these rules.

    Bad news if Madrid is shut down for the businesses in the city but also, as you say, because it's such a hub for the region. Segovia, Avila, Escorial, Cuenca, Toledo, Arranjuez and many other places will suffer. It's why I tell people to visit Madrid. You get the city itself and a whole bunch of other places all easily accessible on public transport. Realistically though, I think the summer will be right-off. It can in no way be business as usual. Unless people have holiday homes it's going to be completely weird and disappointing. Hotel procedures; swimming pools; art galleries; bars/restaurants/cafes/chiringuitos; the beach; completely up the spout and not really what people want to spend their hard earned cash on. We don't even know how the airlines will function. Everybody wants to get back to 'normal' but we are going to have to adjust to a new 'normal' and that will be tough for many but especially, I think, the wonderful countries of southern Europe.

  54. Hi Stuart thanks for the info on the phases but do you know when estate agents can do house viewings as I am trying to sell my house near Ontinyent (Valencia region) thanks Paul

  55. Wait intl tourists can fly into madrid stay in most of Spain but not go into the city to take th train? That's too stupid to be believable.

  56. Just on a side note ..and I don't mean to troll here..but all live chats is local spooks and you..and you should share nothing with them.They see free speech as the enemy as a terrorist..even while they lol at some joke, you might attempt to make.
    All your anti globalist messages are shadow banned..and the word ccp is a key flag ..they won't hesitate to act on…they will hack your computer to listen to everything you say or do.

  57. Steinar Brevik Knudsen : It has just been publicly released; the one thing that destroys this virus most is oxygen. Guess what we are deprived of most by wearing a mask?

  58. Hi stuart, i live in London and i have a relative living in a care home in galicia. Will i be allowed to fly to spain to visit OR would i need to quarantine when i arrive there before i can visit the carehome. Great channel🤙🏼

  59. Thank you so much for letting me make an appoinment to go to the beach! Beaches are open! let me bath in the waters of freedom! think for yourself, question authority! F*ck you I wont do what you tell me! wake up people please!

  60. Barbara Hulme thank you so much for your very informative information especially as an expat. Living in Los Alcazares Gracias

  61. People asking for freedom in a moment like this is just mad.
    I am neither Podemos nor PSOE voter (Actually I think this should not be important), Health system colapsed, this is a fact. We HAD( and MUST ) to close everything, it was totally necessary, and it will be totally necessary in the future if we have another round of infections.
    Once we come back to normality we will be able to have "our freedoom back" but do not try to take it too early…

  62. The mighty former Spanish Empire has been reduced to a vassal state – begging for help from the mighty Northern Europeans . . . your unemployment rate is one of the highest in Europe, your ridiculous laws of which I don't even know where to begin are ludicrous to say the least. Starting a business is expensive where you have to pay about 300 Euros a month just to have it. Your taxes, both personal and business-wise make it hard for the youth to make a better life. If it wasn't for tourism you would be screwed, and now you are going to screw that up too.

  63. Every single Psoe government has left Spain with high unemployment and with high national debt. In 1939 they even provoked a civil war and ransacked Spain's national bank while givingt the gold reserves to Moscow for free in their desperation to turn Spain into a satellite estate of Russia.
    Why people in Spain still vote for this criminal, inept, incompetent and corrupted party is beyond my understanding.

  64. Hi stuart. Really enjoyed your updates. I'm a UK based teacher of languages and would love to know what is happening in Spain regarding schools. Are they open? How is teaching being delivered to students? In England there is currently a lot of confusion over reopening schools and I can't see many students being back in school this year. Any insight into what the Spanish experience for kids parents and teachers would be really useful. Cheers

  65. Tanks for the update stewart. I have not missed even one of them. Great info as usual. What would we all do without you. Give me a kiss please.

  66. Some comments Ugh.
    There are many views
    People using this as a platform.
    It is critical against Spain.
    There is critique in the U K
    Some want to leave Spain
    Others want to go there
    A bit moany

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