Spain's death toll this week has been  the lowest for a month-and-a-half.

On Saturday adults were able to exercise outdoors for the first time in seven weeks. The lockdown was eased for children under 14 a week ago.

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said Spain was reaping the rewards of the sacrifices made during the lockdown, one of Europe's strictest.

Yesterday masks  became compulsory on public transport and some small businesses such as hairdressers  opened for individual customer appointments.

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Yaron Bialy , an Israeli living in Madrid,and asked him what it was like to be allowed to go outside again.