The King and Queen of Spain continued video conferences at the Palace of Zarzuela.
Her Majesty first held a conference call with representatives from Save the Children (STC). They explained the situation of vulnerable children in Spain, whose parents often work but their income doesn't allow them to move out of poverty, and single-parent families, whose situations have been aggravated by the pandemic. STC has launched 'A Tu Lado' (At your side) an emergency response program to support more than 2,000 families, it will give them access to essential food, psychological care and the possibility of continuing with their education.
Their Majesties then held a video call with the Sociedad Estatal Correos y Telégrafos (Post and Telegraph State Society) who are adapting to the development of the pandemic. This includes the protection of all Post Office workers, on average 25% of the workforce is currently working in person. The postal service has supported public administrations in delivering medical supplies and providing logistic services. Through volunteers from the companies staff, they are also helping distribute food to health workers in hospitals and medicines to groups at risk.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia held a video conference with the managers of RENFE Spain's national railway company. Their Majesties were informed of measures taken by RENFE since the beginning of the epidemic. It is anticipated that as of Monday 13th some non-essential activity will gradually be reactivated, although uncertainty regarding its progression remains high. Adapted medicalised trains have been made available to health authorities for the transport of approved patients.
Queen Letizia wore a grey pant suit with a snake grid patterned t-shirt.
At first glance I thought it was the Hugo Boss silk blouse first seen in July 2012, but this top has a different neckline.
It is the Hugo Boss snakeskin grid patterned tank top.
Over the Easter weekend, Their Majesties conversed with the following hospitals; Hospital del Mar de Barcelona, Hospital Clínico Universitario de Salamanca, Hospital General de Ciudad Real, Hospital Universitario de A Coruña and the Hospital "Álvaro Cunqueiro" de Vigo.