Galicia, located in the north-west of the country made up of 70,000 people, is going back into lockdown after a new coronavirus outbreak, writes Daily Mail.
Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro, Sanchez, summons people to stay at home for safety reasons.
The locals are permitted to leave houses only to go to the workplace and only after presenting the relevant certificate. The quarantine will last through Friday in the Lugo Province of the Galicia region.
Presumably, the coronavirus new cases were spread from Catalonia, which is also in lockdown due to the increased number of cases.
The Catalonian quarantine locked down 200,000 people.
Spain counts 205,545 of total cases and 28,385 fatalities since the epidemic outbreak.