Trips away from your usual resident are being severely limited from Monday 16th March.
You are only allowed to leave your normal place of residence to :
1 Go to work
2 Visit the shops that are open or pharmacy or bank.
3 Visit an elderly or disabled person or collect child.
4 Return to your normal place of residence.
Any unjustified movement can be sanctioned with a fine.
There is no mention of going to hospital or GP for non Coronavirus matters. I suppose you should ring up to confirm before going.
I read hairdressers, tobacconists, news kiosks and IT shops will remain open. Presumably to keep morale up “a packet of fags for hubby and a hairdo for the misses”. And so people can keep informed and work from home on their working computer etc.
Vulnerable people are advise to stay indoors as much as possible.
Avoid kisses and hugs etc.
Vulnerable people are:Over 60’s, People who suffer from : High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Heart or Lung Disease, Cancer or Immunodeficiency. Pregnant women
If you can, it would be better to get a fit person to go out and run the errands .
Advice for Vulnerable people
Stay at home. Avoid public transport. if you do go out avoid crowded places where it is not possible to keep a distance of 1 metre between you and other people.
If you are worried that you may be infected with coronavirus Covid-19 you can complete an autotest on the Sanitat website. It is only available in Spanish and Valenciano though.
Medical facilities, to decide according to their situation, whether to cancel non urgent operations, out patient clinics, and diagnostic tests.
They can co-opt private hospitals into the public system . They can take over other building to use as medical facilities.
The government can commandeer public and private businesses to control production .
They will ensure food supply is mainlined.
The right to use the armed forces if needed is an available option.