FILE PHOTO: People leave a Zara store, an Inditex brand, in central BarcelonaMore

By Sonya Dowsett

MADRID (Reuters) – Employees at global fashion giant Inditex’s 10 logistics centres in Spain – from where it sends garments to its stores worldwide – returned to work on Monday but only to less than half their normal levels of activity, workers said.

Meanwhile, just three of Inditex’s 13 Spanish factories were back at work, making medical supplies like scrubs to help fight Spain’s coronavirus crisis, with no garments being made for now for brands like Zara and Bershka, a union representative said.

Spain loosened on Monday the terms of a strict lockdown, brought into force to halt the spread of one of the deadliest outbreaks of the virus worldwide, allowing

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