The Spanish congress will debate the continued requirement to wear masks indoors this Wednesday.
Opposition parties are to put pressure on the Government during the debate. They will ask the Spanish Prime Minister why he has not abolished the indoor mask rule by now.
Both the Spanish Prime Minister and Health Minister have said that the need to wear masks indoors will be reversed soon. The problem is they have been saying soon for a while now.
Opposition parties are urging the Government to eliminate the mandatory use of masks indoors, in line with scientific evidence, with the epidemiological situation and with the comparative perspective.
They say it is unacceptable that this banality is played with the health of citizens, especially when there is no scientific evidence to support the current measures, which have already been eliminated in countries like Belgium, Denmark, Franco, the United Kingdom, Norway or the United States.