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In response to the rebound of the coronavirus pandemic, Spain’s Catalonia region closed all municipal borders for 10 days.

In response to the rebound of the coronavirus pandemic, Spain's Catalonia region closed all municipal borders for 10 days.

△Picture source: Spain’s Abese

Due to the obvious rebound trend of all relevant data indicators of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government of Catalonia, Spain, announced a new restriction on January 4 local time.

From January 7 local time, all municipal boundaries in the region will be closed, and this measure will last for 10 days.

During this period, non-essential commercial places covering more than 400 square meters will be closed, and small non-essential commercial places will also be closed on weekends.

The opening time and capacity of catering and cultural venues will continue to be limited.

According to the data of the Catalan government on the 4th local time, the risk of pandemic regeneration in the region has reached 500 points

In a high-risk stage, and the pressure on the health care system continues to increase.

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