Some non-essential workers in Spain will be allowed to go back to work on Monday as the country partially relaxes its lockdown measures.
Manufacturing and construction are among the businesses that will be allowed to reopen, as long as they adhere to strict safety guidelines.
Non-essential shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues will remain closed.
Ten million face masks will also be given to those travelling on public transport this week as people start to return to work.
Spain is one of the countries worst hit by the coronavirus outbreak – with more than 166,000 confirmed cases and nearly 17,000 deaths as of Sunday. But the number of new infections has been falling.