Spain’s extreme 2020 lockdown ruled unconstitutional by Spanish court | NaturalNews.com

Saturday, July 17, 2021 by: Cassie B.

(Natural News) During the height of the coronavirus pandemic last spring, Spain instituted one of the strictest lockdowns in the world, and now the country’s constitutional court has ruled that the restrictions were unconstitutional.

Spain’s lockdown was extreme, with people banned from leaving their homes except for unavoidable work commutes, short shopping trips for essential supplies, and doctor visits. During the first six-week confinement., residents were not even allowed to go for walks around their neighborhood, and violators were issued with fines. School was cancelled, and many children were stuck inside apartments with little opportunity for fresh air and even fewer options when it came to exercise.

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