Recently, Spain ushered in another wave of hot weather, the highest temperature in the capital of Madrid reached 40 degrees Celsius this week. With the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, it is hard to see too many pedestrians in the streets of Madrid.
Spain’s National Meteorological Administration issued a yellow and orange warning of high temperature. In recent days, the highest temperature in most parts of the country will reach 35 ℃, and the maximum temperature in some areas will exceed 40 ℃. In the wake of novel coronavirus pneumonia, it was hard to see too many pedestrians in the afternoon of August. In a special summer, a considerable number of Madrid citizens chose to abandon their plans to go to the beach or a mountain town for vacation. At the same time, when people go out for activities, they will try to avoid the period with the highest temperature in the day.
‘s novel coronavirus pneumonia has a major impact on Spain’s tourism industry. According to the media, Spain will receive about 60% less international tourists in 2020 than in 2019. Many European countries have rebounded due to the outbreak in Spain, which requires compulsory quarantine and other epidemic prevention measures for tourists entering Spain. As a result, the number of foreign tourists to Spain has been greatly reduced. Most Spanish people also choose to travel in Spain this summer.
Madrid citizen Manuel: as far as the current situation is concerned, there are basically no tourists in Madrid this year, and there are not many people here. In August last year, a lot of foreign tourists came to Madrid. This year, there are almost no tourists. The city of Madrid is almost empty.