We are a family of 4 in good health. No 65+ year-olds, and no chronic health concerns. We travel March 27-April 4. Whether I cancel and stay in the US or travel to Spain, I feel our chances of getting COVID-19 are low and not really that significantly different. My biggest concern is whether or not the Spanish government is going to shut down tourist sites, cities, public transportation, etc. I read that schools in Madrid are closing for 2 weeks.
Is there a sense from anyone, at this time, that a trip to Malaga-Cordoba-Granada should be put on hold? Again, not so worried about the actual disease, more that we would not be able to experience all that this region has to offer. I certainly don't mean to offend anyone who has a family member or friend suffering with this infection. I have the option to cancel, but if the lights are on and everything is open, we want to come. Is there a website that I should be following to stay abreast of the situation in Spain?