Popular holiday hotspots Ibiza and Majorca have gone under lockdown as coronavirus spreads through the Balearic Islands.
Brits are being warned against travel to the islands and mainland Spain, with cases increasing by the day.
According to Spanish media, the country will declare a state of emergency on Friday 13 March.
The Balearic Government is closing clubs, pubs, gyms and sports facilities for more than two weeks in an attempt to contain the virus. After this period, a further review will be conducted.
Residents on the islands are being asked to stay at home, whilst all large gatherings are being suspended.
More to follow.