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In the middle of March, offices across Spain were emptied of staff and were filled with uncertainty. Seven out of every 10 Spanish firms sent either all or at least part of their workforce home, according to a recent survey. More than three million people worked from home during Spain’s coronavirus lockdown, which was one of the strictest in the world. That is four times more than the usual 4.8% of employees in the country that usually carry out some of their tasks remotely during part of their work week.

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