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Health & Fitness Spanish children to be let outside for first time in five weeks

22:10  20 april  2020
22:10  20 april  2020 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

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Spanish children under 13 will be allowed to go outside from Monday 27 April for the first time in five weeks , prime minister Pedro Sánchez has said. The announcement that coronavirus lockdown measures will be relaxed so children can enjoy “limited outings” follows an outcry over the effect on

On foot and with bicycles, skateboards and scooters, Spanish children went outside at last on Sunday, emerging from their homes for the first time after six

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Spanish children under the age of 13 will be allowed to go outside from next Monday for the first time in five weeks, as the government bows to pressure from a campaign set up by parents called “Free the children”.

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Spain has suffered less than 500 coronavirus deaths in the past 24 hours for the first time in nearly a month. 'We will define in the coming weeks what will be the criteria, requirements and motivations for children to Pop star Shakira had previously called on politicians to let children out so they can get fresh air to The progress of these five weeks allows us to make decisions.' This will probably mean

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced on Saturday that children can go outside to enjoy “limited outings” from April 27th.

The announcement follows outcry from politicians, doctors, child psychologists, parents and teachers citing concerns about children’s mental health being kept entirely indoors, where two-thirds of families live in flats with outdoor space.

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Spain imposed tighter restrictions on children than almost anywhere in Europe, under their measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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In Spain , which had one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns, children under 14 were allowed out for walks with their parents on Sunday for the first time since

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Since March 15 Spaniards have only been allowed to leave their homes alone to go to work, buy essential supplies or visit vulnerable relatives or dependent individuals. 

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Dogs can be taken out to do their business, but not on long exercise walks.

The country has seen one of the world’s highest rates of deaths, after Italy and the US, with more than 20,000 people killed as the virus races through the country.

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Still children should be especially careful about mobile phone use because their nervous system may be hurt. It is important to be prepared because drinking water and wastewater disruptions can directly threaten your health, the health of your family, and the health of your community.

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Sánchez did not give details of the circumstances in which children would be allowed out, other than to say the new rules would apply to the under-13s.

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Authorities said at the weekend they would ease restrictions but hold off on lifting the lockdown despite the country seeing fewer COVID-19 deaths and new confirmed cases.

“We have done the most difficult things and we have left the most extreme moments of the crisis behind with sacrifice and resilience, but these results are still not enough and still fragile,” said Sanchez, in a televised address on Saturday evening.

“Despite the enormous progress that we have made, it is not possible for us to lift the confinement and move to a phase of scaling down.”

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The singer, a mother-of-two who lives with the footballer Gerard Piqué said in a Facebook post last month: “Knowing the difficult situation of parents with small children in this difficult period of quarantine, I empathise with those that don't have an outside space or balcony so their children can breathe fresh air.

“If going out to walk dogs is allowed or adults can go out for shopping trips, a solution needs to be found that grants children who need sun and fresh air for their mental and physical health that same right.

“I would urge the government to consider a policy that permits a responsible adult to take a child out for a walk, although it is subject to the restrictions decided by experts and always respecting social distancing.

The mayor of Barcelona Ada Colau also asked: “If adults can go out to walk the dog… why must our children keep waiting?”

“We are tired of being told that we are soldiers and this is a war, instead of talking about how to take care of our lives and of each other.”

Stay at home to stop coronavirus spreading - here is what you can and can't do. If you think you have the virus, don't go to the GP or hospital, stay indoors and get advice online. Only call NHS 111 if you cannot cope with your symptoms at home; your condition gets worse; or your symptoms do not get better after seven days. In parts of Wales where 111 isn't available, call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47. In Scotland, anyone with symptoms is advised to self-isolate for seven days. In Northern Ireland, call your GP.

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