Spain will be in a state of emergency for the next 15 days to better combat the coronavirus, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said, after infections soared over 4,200 with 120 dead.

“There will be a cabinet meeting tomorrow to declare a state of alert across the country for a period of 15 days,” Sanchez said.

“Unfortunately we cannot rule out that over the next week we could reach more than 10,000 infections,” he said.

The state of emergency will give the government power to take wide-ranging measures including temporarily occupying factories or any other premises except private homes.

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