Spain has a population of 46 million people and 6,315 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Now, the country is going on lockdown.  The Spanish government said Saturday that they are implementing restrictions on movements throughout the country as part of a two-week state of emergency, according to The Associated Press. All restaurants, bars, hotels, schools and other non-essential businesses are now closed. People will only be allowed outside of their homes for essential activities, such as purchasing food and medicine, going to work, visiting medical centers and banks, or traveling to help take care of those who are young or elderly.”From now we enter into a new phase,” Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said in a television address to the country. “We won’t hesitate in doing what we must to beat the virus. We are putting health first.” Sánchez also said that all police are now under the orders of the Interior Minister and that the country will deploy armed forces if deemed necessary.  As of Saturday, the country has 6,315 cases of coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University. At least 191 people have died from COVID-19 in Spain, and at least 517 people have recovered from the virus. According to AP,


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