Spain Prime Minister Announces Return Date For LaLiga

Lionel Messi and his Barceloa teammates take part in a training session at Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper earlier this week

Domestic tourism has been encouraged by the Spanish government, but foreigners will also be able to enjoy what Spain has to offer, with Sanchez pointing to the fact that Spain usually receives more than 80 million foreign visitors each year.

And the good news didn't end there, as Sanchez also gave the La Liga football season the green light to resume from June 8.

Spanish teams were allowed to return to training recently and have been working in groups of 10 this week.

Football in Spain was suspended on 12 March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that foreign tourists will be allowed to enter the country starting in July. "The time has come to bring back many day-to-day activities", Sanchez said as quoted by BBC.

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The head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, said he prefers the league to resume activities on June 12, in a declaration to television channel Moviestar. The French Ligue 1 season has been declared over.

"We are very happy with the decision, but it is the result of the great work of clubs, players, coaches".

"But we can not lower our guard, it is important to follow health regulations and ensure the pandemic doesn't come back".

Spain has been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic with more than 28,000 confirmed deaths and almost 282,000 cases.

The left-leaning PSOE party leader made no mention of any country in particular, including Britain which is set to introduce a 14-day quarantine at the start of June which would affect returning United Kingdom holidaymakers if it is still in place in July. But the daily death toll has been steadily declining, with 56 deaths registered on Friday. However, it's now emerging from one of Europe's most stringent lockdowns, which was implemented on March 14. All those in the stadium except for the players and referees will have to wear masks.

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