The King and Queen of Spain continued video conferences at the Palace of Zarzuela.
Queen Letizia held a video conference with Federación Española de Daño Cerebral FEDACE (Spanish Federation of Brain Injury) which supports people with Acquired Brain Injury and their families. As a result of the pandemic, all 43 of the member entities have closed with the exception of residences with most employees teleworking. They stressed the importance of starting rehabilitation activities as soon as possible so individuals don't lose abilities and quality of life. Moving forward they hope to help those who are most at risk who have suffered significant motor and cognitive setbacks, maintain employment, and the continuity of the federation while following the recommended safety guidelines.
Their Majesties held a video conference with Corporación Alimentaia Peñasanta, CAPSA (Peñasanta Food Corporation) a company of cooperative livestock origin and the first national dairy producer. They addressed different aspects relating to the sector, the current situation of the company, and its adaptation and operation during the pandemic, along with future plans.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia held a video conference with representatives from the Grupo Anecoop (Anecoop Group) - an agri-food cooperative company that brings together 71 cooperatives and agricultural companies from 12 Spanish provinces. They have launched the 'Raciones de vida para el campo' (Life rations for the countryside) campaign which highlights the strategic value of the agri-food sector as a strong sector capable of facing situations of enormous difficulty. The representatives also expressed concern for the increase in requests for deferment payments by clients, the reduction of commercial risk coverage from large insurers, lack of labor, and an increase in transportation costs due to the sanitary measures that have to be adopted in fields and warehouses.