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Masks will no longer need to be worn outdoors in Spain from next weeked, the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has announced.
“We’re going to hold a special cabinet meeting next Thursday to propose to Spanish society that the wearing of masks outdoors will cease to be compulsory from Saturday 26 June,” he said on Friday morning.
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