Spain, which imposed one of Europe's toughest lockdowns on March 14, has started to ease restrictions, but Madrid and Barcelona have remained in lockdown for longer because of more severe coronavirus outbreaks.
The country's two-month lockdown has seen hotels, bars and restaurants all close as well as beaches and other outdoor attractions.
Protesters in the capital, Madrid, drove in convoy and waved Spanish flags as they called for socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez to resign.
Nearly one million tasks were shed in March alone, and also projections recommend the Spanish economic situation will certainly acquire by as much as 12% this year as an outcome of the pandemic. The government says the lockdown has allowed it to get the pandemic under control.
"It is time to make a big noise against the government of unemployment and misery that has abandoned our self-employed and workers", Vox said.
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The Associated Press says the party has accused the government of Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez of lying about the impact of the health crisis and of violating Spaniards' rights by confining people to their homes and closing businesses during the lock down.
The event's leader, Santiago Abascal, led the protest from an open-topped bus inMadrid He put on a face mask and also charged the federal government of being "directly responsible for the worst management of this crisis on the entire planet".
"Let your desire be heard for the resignation of the government", he told supporters in a speech that was broadcast on radio.
Most cars were decked with Spanish flags and there were also small groups of people who participated on foot, with some not respecting the two-metre social distancing rules.
He also warned the country to remember that "the virus is still lurking".
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Spain's prime minister claimed the country is "one step away from victory" against coronavirus on Saturday, as the country counted 48 more COVID-19 deaths.
He said the country's borders would reopen to foreign tourists from July.
Mr Sanchez likewise introduced that football suits in La Liga - the leading organization of Spanish football - might return to from the week of 8 June.
The second division is also set to resume at the same time as the top flight, with reports suggesting the derby between Sevilla and Real Betis will be the first La Liga game to take place.
Over 28,000 Spaniards have been confirmed to have died from COVID-19.
But the decrease in the day-to-day casualty continued Friday, with 56 taped over the previous twenty-four hrs.