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The measures adopted in Spain in the fight against the health and socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 “coronavirus” during the second half of March 2020 are many, of various kinds and depth, and affect practically all sectors of activity that we Amber Legal & Business Advisors summarize the key aspects in this Newsletter:
- Royal Decree-Law 9/2020, of March 27
- Royal Decree-Law 10/2020, of March 29
- Order SND / 307/2020, March 30 – Model Responsible Declaration.
- Royal Decree Royal Decree-Law 11/2020, of March 31.
In this newsletter we focus on sections 1 to 3.
By way of introduction, the health emergency continues, and health emergency intensifies, forcing public administrations to act and make decisions, in an extraordinary, unknown and “dynamic” crisis, in terms used by the spokespersons, lagging behind events. Spanish Congress has resolved to extend the quarantine until 00:00hrs of April 12, although further extension is foreseen till the end of April.
If this is so in Spanish Government and governmental agencies, one cannot expect less from citizens – both individuals and companies – mostly , self-employed workers and professionals and SMEs – who in a few days are overwhelmed by packages of laws and measures at all the levels, of tremendous importance, many lacking clarity that generates continuous explanatory and error- correction provisions, that require professional information and advice to be able to apply them correctly in order a) not to incur infractions and b) comply with the priority objective of defending people’s health, but at the same time, to the extent possible, keep the activity.Leer más