Fernando Simón, the director of the Centre for Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies, said at the weekend that as borders are reopened, there is an expectation that the number of imported cases of coronavirus will increase. But he stressed that the country's public health services are "very well prepared to control outbreaks". Making a distinction with "something massive", he added that "as long as they are outbreaks, we have the mechanisms to control them".
Spain prepared for control of outbreaks when tourism restarts
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