I'm finding all the discussion about who/what/where you are allowed out very interesting. From what I gather here and from talking to friends/former neighbours in Torremolinos, the lockdown in Spain has been far stricter than here in the UK. I live in a town of roughly the same size as Torremolinos (around 90,000 I think). I went out on foot a couple of days after lockdown was imposed, and saw a community support officer trying to persuade a drunk homeless person at the station to "go home", but since then I've been out about once a week to shop, and haven't seen a single policeman or vehicle, let alone any army presence as there has apparently been in Torremolinos. It's certainly quieter out than usual, but by no means deserted. I've been to various supermarkets (varying distances from home), and they are employing varying degrees of safety measures, but again, no official controls on who goes where & when. In short, absoutely no deterrent to do whatever you want. I haven't been out of town as I have no good reason to, so don't know if there are any road blocks anywhere.
Talking to a friend in Sweden, it sounds like their government's "advice" is being followed more seriously than our "enforced" restrictions in the UK.
I can't help feeling that there is a lot of complacency here, and the lack of any serious enforcement isn't helping.
Looking at the figures and the "curves" on various graphs, I have to say that I don't find our government's self-congratulations on reaching an arbitrary (& questionable) number of daily tests (still far fewer than many other European countries) very reassuring.
Only time will tell...