The Spanish government says it trusts that allowing the return of non-essential workers to factories and construction sites next week won’t cause a significant resurgence in coronavirus infectionsBy ARITZ PARRA Associated PressApril 10, 2020, 4:15 PM3 min readMADRID — Spanish authorities say they trust that plans to allow the return of nonessential workers to factories and construction sites next week won’t cause a significant resurgence in coronavirus infections, as some scientists have warned. The move would not see a return of commercial activity in restaurants or shops other than supermarkets, pharmacies or newsstands, but has raised questions about the timing in easing some restrictions as the outbreak remains intense. “We are not under the impression that these measures will increase in an important way the transmission (of the virus),” the spokeswoman of Spain’s health emergency coordination center, María José Sierra, said Friday. “We wouldn’t be adopting them otherwise.” Some experts had warned that relaxing the two-week lockdown on a broader part of the manufacturing and construction sector comes too early. Barcelona University’s Dr. Antoni Trilla, who has advised the government in the response to the pandemic, said in a radio interview Thursday that confinement measures should continue. The doctor, who


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