Bid to prevent Easter collapse


The Valencia government is working to ensure that mobility is reduced ‘as much as possible’ over the Easter holidays when traditionally millions of car journeys are made around Spain.

Sr Puig noted that his government wanted regional border closures to remain in place as they are desperate not to lose ground in the virus fight.

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