(BBC) – Staff at funeral homes in Spain have gone on strike to demand more workers as coronavirus deaths continue to rise.
Spain has recorded more than 1.1 million cases and 35,800 deaths since the outbreak began, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
Bars, restaurants and cafes have to stop table service by 18:00. However shops and the majority of businesses are still operating.
Defence Minister Jaroslav Nad confirmed that 2.58 million people took the test on Saturday. Of those, 25,850 have tested positive and must quarantine.
Speaking in parliament earlier this week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned of a long, hard winter ahead.