Francina Armengol, Yolanda Díaz and business and union leaders in Palma on Friday. | Efe
"If current measures to stop coronavirus contagion are adhered to, there will be no need for other measures. Nothing makes us think that we will have to return to a situation like that in March." So said the health minister Salvador Illa last weekend. Later in the week, he said something similar: "The circumstances are against a general confinement." The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, had his say: "A homogeneous state of alarm with equally harsh measures throughout the country would not be justified."