Spanish banking group Santander has asked its Madrid employees to work from home for the next 15 days in line with central and local governments' latest announced package of measures to stem Coronavirus. Spain's government announced on Monday the temporary closing of all educational institutions in Madrid and other hard-hit regions in response to a surge in the number of Coronavirus cases in the regions. The government also urged people in Madrid and the towns of Vitoria and Labastida in the Basque Country to work remotely and to avoid all "unnecessary" travel and meetings as the nu...
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