10 days of mourning for the victims of coronavirus in Spain

By Dennis Aguillón, Spain

Spain pays tribute and remembers the people who lost their lives during the pandemic. The Spanish government council of ministers declared ten days of official mourning for the victims of coronavirus.

The duel started on Tuesday, as the country adjusts to the phase 1 Y 2, recovery and release from confinement.

The chief executive, Pedro Sánchez said at a press conference that the victims of the pandemic, Worldwide, deserve that their memory can last in a "homage of coexistence and harmony".

“You must live in the same country that they built, there will be different acts of tribute and commemorations”, he added.

In this period of mourning, The flags of public buildings will be kept at half-staff and while the official mourning lasts, no acts that involve any type of celebration may be held.

Spain is one of the European countries hardest hit by deaths from COVID-19. The figures indicate that 26 a thousand people died from the disease.

The country ranks third on the list of most affected countries on the European continent, and ranking fifth globally.