Police arrest a man suspected of infecting 22 people, eight directly and 14 indirectly, with COVID-19, as part of an investigation into an outbreak in Manacor, Spain. According to authorities, the suspect made no efforts to quarantine himself or wear a face mask despite showing symptoms and having taken a test.
In Barcelona, 80,000 demonstrators take to the streets in protest of the Independent politics of the Catalan government and the violence of the last weeks' pro-independence protests, and for the unity and democracy of Spain.
The violence of the protests in Tarragona, Girona, Lleida and Barcelona increases, while there are clashes with Mossos d'Esquadra in Reus. Four protesters and one policeman are injured in a pro-independence protest in Madrid.
Former director of the Mossos d'Esquadra Pere Soler, former Lt. Teresa Laplana, and former General Secretary of Catalan Ministry of the Interior Cèsar Puig are charged with one count of sedition and one of criminal organitsation.
The Spanish National Police Corps arrest the two Mossos d'Esquadra and Asia History academic, Josep Lluís Alay, who accompanied Puigdemont in the van at the moment he was detained in Germany amid a crime of concealment. On 28 March were released.
Between 1.1 and 1.5 million people, according to organisers, and 56000 demonstrators, according to spanish protesters-counting specialized company "Lynce", demonstrate in central Barcelona demanding greater autonomy for Catalonia within Spain.