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Police in Spain are monitoring social media platforms to find people who are disobeying the lockdown rules currently in place.

It is understood that the Guardia Civil officers were alerted to the parties in Granada region after a special “social media monitoring team” discovered the student’s plans for the get-togethers in apartments across the city. A total of 50 students across the region of Granada were arrested over the weekend after they held a series of house parties and disobeyed the lockdown.  Each were issued with massive fines. 

Almost instantaneously the police teams swung into action and arrested all fifty of the revellers who through being slightly drunk (or high) protested against what they argues were infringements of their social rights to celebrate. This fell on deaf ears of course and all were taken to the local police to be charged and fined, a total of 1,500 euros each, ouch!

Though a two-week state of emergency has been declared across the country, footage of Britons in Benidorm show tourists continuing to meet and socialise – ignoring strict new measures to try and contain the virus.

Spain has become the fourth most virus-infected nation in the world, as the coronavirus outbreak worsens in the country, despite strict new measures to try and limit the spread.

Though a two-week state of emergency has been declared across the country, footage of Britons in Benidorm show tourists continuing to meet and socialise – ignoring strict new measures to try and contain the virus.  You can read about what you can do HERE.

Latest general Coronavirus information for our are is HERE 

 

Story provided by Euro Weekly News

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