There were slightly chaotic scenes of joy in many parts of Spain when the long-standing health emergency was lifted, at midnight Sunday.
The young men who had gathered a little earlier to celebrate the Twelve in Puerta del Sol in central Madrid were first dispersed by the police, but stopped in the adjacent streets to rush to the site twelve minutes earlier.
The police brought the impossible She is struggling to maintain the curfew for the past two hours before noon. People simply did not return home.
Twitter videos show how the party continues into the night.
And yes, the fountains have been bathed, other photos appear.
El País writes that Thousands of people gathered to celebrate the end of the health crisis – “Madrid was like a bottle of champagne that shook in recent weeks,” it was “New Year’s Eve celebration that the people of Madrid were stolen this year”.
At the same time, it is noted that the prevalence of infection in Spain remains at a relatively high level, with around 300 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Although vaccination helps limit the spread of infection, epidemiologists caution against relaxing too much, as happens after the first pandemic.
Even in Barcelona, people celebrated on the streets Squares and porches – According to La Vanguardia It also looked like it was New Year’s Eve, or as if he was celebrating a soccer victory.
People drove around in cars on the city streets, leaving teachers’ voices behind.
On recent evenings, the police in Barcelona were busy monitoring the curfew. Young people gathered in large groups inside the city and on the beach.
Here, too, the impatient groups moved across town waiting for the starting shot to celebrate.
The newspaper wrote that after midnight, Barcelona had regained its nightly pulse.
Young people, like everyone else, have been severely tied. Paula Garcia, assistant at the store, on the beach in Barcelona, told Reuters, “Now is the time to give us some freedom, and we can enjoy the summer a little.”
From the ninth of May sheep Thus one moves between regions in Spain, something that until then was only permissible if he had special reasons. The curfew in place between 22.00 and 06.00 will also be removed.
However, four regions will continue to enforce night curfews, which are the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Navarre and Valencia.
La Vanguardia writes that 6,500 people from 31 different places were dispersed overnight through Sunday to prevent crowds that could contribute to the spread of infection.
There were various strict restrictions on the regions, and there was still a period of time when no more than six people were allowed to gather. It also varies from region to region how organizations are allowed to remain open, how a mask obligation is enforced and how large groups can come together.