Masks will be compulsory on public transport in Spain from Monday as the country moves to gradually relax its tough lockdown.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the government would distribute 6m masks, mainly at transport locations, and give another 7m to local authorities.
Adults in Spain have been able to exercise outdoors on Saturday for the first time in seven weeks.
The lockdown was eased for children under 14 a week ago.
Spain’s official death toll is 24,824, but the rate of fatalities has dropped.
Italy has Europe’s highest death toll, followed by the UK and Spain.
Italy announced another 474 deaths on Saturday, a larger number than in recent days, but according to La Repubblica that figure includes 282 deaths outside of hospitals in April which were not included in earlier figures.