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Madrid, Spain, announced that the return of young people will be tested for COVID-19 after traditional holidays at the end of the year.

Madrid, Spain, announced that the return of young people will be tested for COVID-19 after traditional holidays at the end of the year.

December 11 Zapatero, an official of the public health department of Madrid, Spain, announced at a press conference that according to the regulations of the Western government, except for force majeure and family visits, the region will be banned from December 23 to January 6 next year.

In addition, in order to avoid a rebound of the COVID-19 epidemic, the Madrid region will set up seven testing sites after the traditional holiday at the end of the year to provide antigen testing for all young people aged 18 to 29 returning from other places.

According to the data, 21% of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Madrid belong to this age group.

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