The Spanish authorities proposed sending the military to Madrid to help monitor compliance with sanitary rules imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as to carry out the disinfection.
Madrid Prime Minister Isabel Diaz Ayuso also proposed to do tests for coronavirus at Barajas Airport. This would help prevent the spread of infection not only in the capital, but throughout the country.
Since Monday, quarantine has been operating in the "red" zones of the Spanish capital, allowing to leave home only for work, which cannot be done remotely, and to see the doctor. These are working-class and poor areas. El Pais reports that residents dissatisfied with such measures blame the entire health system, but not their "wrong" lifestyle.