Phil McCausland14h ago / 8:46 PM UTCSpanish police cross a virtually deserted square Saturday, amidst concerns over Spain’s coronavirus outbreak, in the Basque city of Vitoria.Vincent West / ReutersSpanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez declared a state of emergency on Saturday, stating the coronavirus pandemic required “extraordinary decisions.”The government, he said, had agreed to a number of economic measures aimed to help workers and companies during the period. The state of emergency is to last for all of Spain for 15 days.Sanchez also confirmed that the country would be under partial lockdown, as the nation coped with the spread of the disease. Nicole Acevedo 14h ago / 8:36 PM UTCFrance gets ready to close all cafés, restaurants, clubs and cinemasPeople gather at a cafe’s terrace in Le Touquet, France, on Saturday, after the government announced that the closure of all non-essential public places starting at midnight, including restaurants and cafes.Ludovic Marin / AFP – Getty ImagesAll restaurants, cafés, cinemas and clubs in France will close at midnight in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus, the French prime minister Édouard Philippe said in a press conference. He said the virus is spreading faster even though limitations on mass gatherings were imposed.”People are still


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