Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA
Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA

Coronavirus: Spain reopens border with France for first time in more than 3 months

  • Spain has been one of the worst affected countries, suffering more than 28,000 deaths, with its economy and key tourism industry devastated
  • With the state of emergency lifted, Spaniards were also allowed to travel outside their home region for the first time since March 14

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Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA
Police officers check cars at La Jonquera border crossing with France after it reopened following the end of the state of alarm in Spain on Sunday. Photo: DPA
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