Factbox: Spain's coronavirus state of emergency measures

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  • Sunday, 15 Mar 2020

A man walks with his guitar along an unusually almost empty La Bola street as people remain confined inside their homes due to the coronavirus outbreak, in downtown Ronda, southern Spain March 14, 2020. REUTERS/Jon Nazca

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's government on Saturday announced a nationwide, 15-day state of emergency to fight the coronavirus, ordering bars, restaurants and most shops to close, as well as restricting transport.

Here are the main measures:

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