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  • 19/01/2021

    Government allocates aid to eight regions to alleviate effects of Storm Filomena

    Tuesday 19 January 2021

    The government also approved a solidarity plan on universal access to vaccinations and maintains its forecast that between 15 and 20 million people will be vaccinated against COVID-19 in Spain by June. It also stepped up the protection of the most vulnerable consumers.

  • 18/01/2021

    Residents and healthcare professionals of care homes begin to receive the second dose of the vaccine against COVID-19

    Monday 18 January 2021

    At 9 am on Monday, 18 January, after a period of 21 days, the second dose of the vaccine against COVID-19 was administered to the first two people who received the first dose on 27 December.

  • 20/11/2020

    Spain resists impact of COVID-19: 4,425 transplants performed in 2020

    Monday 18 January 2021

    Donation and transplant activity in 2020 was marked by the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic has affected all areas but has clearly shown Spain's strength in the field of donation and transplant.

  • 18/01/2021

    Spain urges coordinated international response to reactivate safe tourism

    Monday 18 January 2021

    The State Secretary for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, committed to establishing a harmonised vaccination certificate, not as a pre-requisite for travel, but as a document that can facilitate free movement for those who can demonstrate having been correctly vaccinated.

  • 16/01/2021. Current situation & Trade and Cooperation Agreement

    Current situation & Trade and Cooperation Agreement

    Saturday 16 January 2021

    Following the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) on 1 February 2020, the Withdrawal Agreement came into force negotiated by the parties in the two previous years. In short, this agreement extended the application of the acquis communaitaire to the United Kingdom until 31 December 2020, although the United Kingdom remained outside of the EU and as such from its decision-making processes.

    On 25 February 2020, the European Council adopted a negotiation "mandate" for the agreement on future relations between the EU and the UK, that spanned such areas as fishing, foreign policy, security and defence, public order and police and judicial cooperation on criminal matters, and the future trade relations between the two parties, and which also established the need to guarantee fair competition (level playing field) between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

    During 2020, despite the difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the EU and the UK negotiated the agreement that would govern relations between the two parties as from 1 January 2021.

    In these negotiations, the EU negotiating team, headed up by Michel Barnier, advocated the principles contained in the "mandate" approved by the European Council in the nine rounds of negotiations that took place with the representatives of the UK. Contacts also existed at the very highest levels between the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

    Both in the event that an agreement was reached on future relations between the EU and the UK and in the event of an agreement not being reached, the end of the Transition Period on 31 December 2020 will mean very important changes that will affect citizens, companies and public authorities.

    These contacts at different levels resulted in a Trade and Cooperation Agreement being reached between the United Kingdom and the European Union on 24 December 2020 to govern relations between the EU and the UK as from 1 January 2021.

  • 14/01/2021

    The OECD pinpoints Spain as one of the countries with greatest participation in scientific publications on COVID-19

    Thursday 14 January 2021

    Of the 30 countries with the largest number of scientific contributions on the new coronavirus and the disease it causes, Spain holds third position by number of clinical studies with medicines against COVID-19 and sixth position by number of contributions in scientific publications.

  • 14/01/2020

    Treasury issues 10 billion euros at 10 years at the lowest cost ever at this term

    Wednesday 13 January 2021

    The Public Treasury has made a syndicated issue of a new 10-year bond for the sum of 10 billion euros. The yield was at 11.4 basis points, which is the lowest cost ever for a Treasury syndicated issue at this term.

  • 13/01/2021

    "Minimum Living Income creates a more cohesive and inclusive society, making Spain a more attractive country to invest in", says José Luis Escrivá

    Wednesday 13 January 2021

    The Minister for Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, underlined, in his speech at the Spain Investors Day forum, that the Minimum Living Income, "by contributing to create a more cohesive and inclusive society, plays a very important role in making Spain a more attractive country to invest in".

  • 12/01/2021

    First doses of Moderna vaccine against COVID-19 arrive in Spain

    Tuesday 12 January 2021

    The first vaccines developed by the company Moderna against COVID-19 arrived in Spain on Tuesday morning around 8 am. In total, 35,700 doses were supplied from the company's warehouse in Belgium, which travelled by road to the warehouse in the centre of Spain.

  • 12/01/2021

    Government remains on alert regarding cold snap and starts to assess damage caused by Storm Filomena

    Tuesday 12 January 2021

    The government urges people to avoid travelling unless necessary, including due to the worsening of the pandemic situation. This week, almost 400,000 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech y Moderna vaccines have been received, which are already being distributed to the regional governments.