Spain begins a ‘new normal’ as children are allowed to play outside for the first time in six weeks

Spanish children have been allowed to play outside, the first time since March 14th. Image: REUTERS/Jon Nazca

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Kilian, 6, plays outside, after restrictions have been partially lifted for under 14's. Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce
A man and his son take a walk outside through La Bola street, for the first time in six weeks. Image: Reuters/Jon Nazca

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