The King and Queen of Spain continued video conferences at the Palace of Zarzuela.
Queen Letizia held a video conference with the Confederación Española de Familias de Personas Sordas FIAPAS (Spanish Confederation of Families of Deaf People). The heads briefed Her Majesty on the difficulties that deaf people and their families are facing during the pandemic. During the conversation, the inaccessibility of online educational resources was highlighted which has prevented children and young people with deafness from following classes at the same level as their peers. Along with the disruptions in early care treatments, rehabilitation and adaptations, programming of hearing aids, and the lack of accessibility to the different channels in which information about the crisis can be accessed. They also expressed concern regarding communication barriers such as the widespread use of masks, social distancing, and protective partitions which can make it harder for deaf people to access information.
Their Majesties held a video conference with the Red de Parques Nacionales (Network of National Parks). The managers informed them how aspects related to the conservation of natural systems has been affected by the pandemic such as; fauna and flora monitoring, natural systems including meteorological stations, and how the absence of visitors is affecting species. In all National Parks, visitor centers have been closed, offices are maintained with minimal services, and teleworking, nurseries are managed with essential services along with aspects related to monitoring and conservation.
Queen Letizia premiered a charcoal tweed jacket by Hugo Boss. It is the BOSS 'Koralena' Structured Tweed Jacket featuring a two-way zipper in front and a sleek collarless neckline. Bands of solid trim accentuate the fitted shape. It appears to be from a past season because it has completely sold out. The style was also available in navy, and black and white tweed.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia also held telephone calls with; Complejo Hospitalario Universitario de Santiago de Compostela, Hospital Universitario de Bellvitge and the Área Sanitaria Sur of Barcelona.