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Adios Hausarrest: Zehn Bilder zeigen, wie die Spanier ihre neue Freiheit zelebrieren



Endlich wieder raus! Die strenge Ausgangssperre zur Eindämmung der Corona-Pandemie ist in Spanien nach knapp sieben Wochen erstmals für Freizeitaktivitäten gelockert worden. Die Bürger des von der Krise besonders schwer betroffenen Landes durften am Samstag aus dem Haus, um spazieren zu gehen oder im Freien etwas Sport zu treiben.

Hier siehst du Impressionen aus dem ganze Land:

Barcelona

People exercise on a seafront promenade in this photo taken with a telephoto lens in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, May 2, 2020. Spaniards have filled the streets of the country to do exercise for the first time after seven weeks of confinement in their homes to fight the coronavirus pandemic. People ran, walked, or rode bicycles under a brilliant sunny sky in Barcelona on Saturday, where many flocked to the maritime promenade to get as close as possible to the still off-limits beach. People are supposed to respect a 1-measure distance, but the crowds in some spots made that impossible. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Bild: AP

Die Freiheit ist aber beschränkt: Beim Spazierengehen darf man sich nur bis zu einem Kilometer vom Wohnsitz entfernen. Beim Sport soll man die Wohngemeinde nicht verlassen. Sport muss man unbegleitet treiben, spazieren gehen darf man zwar auch zu zweit, aber nur mit einem Mitbewohner.

Almeira

epaselect epa08397244 A cyclist looks back at a woman riding a skateboard in the opposite direction on a bike lane in Almeria, southern Spain, 02 May 2020. Starting on 02 May, Spain has begun to loosen some of the strict lockdown measures imposed in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Adults and the elderly are once again able to leave their homes for a walk or to perform exercise, albeit with restrictions. The former are allowed to exercise or go out for a stroll between 6-10 am and 8-11 pm, while the latter may leave their homes between 10 am-12 pm and 7-8 pm. Children under the age of 14 can go out between 12-7 pm.  EPA/CARLOS BARBA

Bild: EPA

Sopelana

epa08397241 Spanish surfer Letizia Canales, ranked among the world's top-10 surfers, trains for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown was declared in Sopelana, Basque Country, northern Spain, 02 May 2020. Starting on 02 May, Spain has started loosening some of the strict lockdown measures imposed in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Adults and the elderly are once again able to leave their homes for a walk or to perform exercise, albeit with restrictions. The former are allowed to exercise or go out for a stroll between 6-10 am and 8-11 pm, while the latter may leave their homes between 10 am-12 pm and 7-8 pm. Children under the age of 14 can go out between 12-7 pm.  EPA/LUIS TEJIDO

Bild: EPA

Cordoba

epa08397036 A man gestures as he goes for a walk in the early morning in Cordoba, Spain, 02 May 2020. Spain begins a de-escalation phase amid coronavirus outbreak allowing adults go out home daily with restrictions. Adults are allowed to do exercise and go out for a walk from 6 to 10 am and 8 to 11 pm. Elderly people can go out for a walk from 10 am to 12 pm and 7 pm to 8 pm and under-14 children from 12 pm to 7 pm. Spain is under a lockdown to avoid the spreading of pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.  EPA/Salas

Bild: EPA

Zaragoza

epaselect epa08397113 A runner and a cyclist go for an early-morning run and bike ride in Zaragoza, northeastern Spain, 02 May 2020. Starting on 02 May, Spain has started loosening some of the strict lockdown measures imposed in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Adults and the elderly are once again able to leave their homes for a walk or to perform exercise, albeit with restrictions. The former are allowed to exercise or go out for a stroll between 6-10 am and 8-11 pm, while the latter may leave their homes between 10 am-12 pm and 7-8 pm. Children under the age of 14 can go out between 12-7 pm.  EPA/JAVIER BELVER

Bild: EPA

Pamplona

People wearing face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus walk along Vuelta del Castillo park, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Saturday, May 2, 2020. Spain relaxed its lockdown measures Saturday, allowing people of all ages to leave their homes for short walks or exercise for the first time since March 14. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

Bild: AP

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Madrid

epa08397082 A woman performs aerobic exercises at a park in Madrid, Spain, 02 May 2020. Starting on 02 May, Spain has started loosening some of the strict lockdown measures imposed in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Adults and the elderly are once again able to leave their homes for a walk or to perform exercise, albeit with restrictions. The former are allowed to exercise or go out for a stroll between 6-10 am and 8-11 pm, while the latter may leave their homes between 10 am-12 pm and 7-8 pm. Children under the age of 14 can go out between 12-7 pm.  EPA/DAVID FERNANDEZ

Bild: EPA

Barcelona

A man exercises next to a closed beach in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, May 2, 2020. Spaniards have filled the streets of the country to do exercise for the first time after seven weeks of confinement in their homes to fight the coronavirus pandemic. People ran, walked, or rode bicycles under a brilliant sunny sky in Barcelona on Saturday, where many flocked to the maritime promenade to get as close as possible to the still off-limits beach. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

Bild: AP

Maresme

epa08397037 A runner does exercise next to the sea in Maresme, Barcelona, Spain, 02 May 2020. Spain begins a de-escalation phase amid coronavirus outbreak allowing adults go out home daily with restrictions. Adults are allowed to do exercise and go out for a walk from 6 to 10 am and 8 to 11 pm. Elderly people can go out for a walk from 10 am to 12 pm and 7 pm to 8 pm and under-14 children from 12 pm to 7 pm. Spain is under a lockdown to avoid the spreading of pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.  EPA/Enric Fontcuberta

Bild: EPA

Las Palmas

epa08397456 A surfer prepares to jump into the sea in the early morning at Las Canteras beach in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 02 May 2020. Starting on 02 May, Spain has begun easening some of the strict lockdown measures imposed in a bid to slow down the spread of the pandemic COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Adults and the elderly are once again able to leave their homes for a walk or to perform exercise, albeit with restrictions. The former are allowed to exercise or go out for a stroll between 6-10 am and 8-11 pm, while the latter may leave their homes between 10 am-12 pm and 7-8 pm. Children under the age of 14 can go out between 12-7 pm.  EPA/ANGEL MEDINA G.

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