End of obligatory use of face-masks on public transport in Spain

The government of Spain has taken the decision that face masks will no longer be compulsory on public transport in Spain from 08th February 2023.

Having analysed the Covid-19 situation in Spain, the government has taken the decision to stop the compulsory use of facemasks on public transport.

In addition to this, facemasks are also no-longer required for use in minor health establishments like, orthopaedic centres, opticians and hearing centres.

There are however still public establishments where the use of a facemask is still compulsory:

  • Hospitals
  • Health centres
  • Dental clinics
  • Chemists
  • Residencies for the elderly
  • Some specialised care-centres

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