The coronavirus is spreading every day, and there is no cure to it. It has been a year now, and people are tired of the lockdown; hence, many countries have removed the lockdown, but after this, there has been an immense increase in the corona cases.
The number of coronaviruscases has increased in Spain. Around 20000 new patients were found after the removal of lockdown; hence the country decided to impose a curfew.
The prime minister of Spain stated that from Sunday onwards this curfew would start at 23:00 and end at 06:00. During this curfew, nobody would be allowed to leave their houses all types of flights and travelling will also take place before or after the curfew.
Spain was the first country to have a high number of corona patients in the first wave, and during this wave, people were In a strict lock down. Spain was said to have the toughest lock down in the whole world.
Just like other European countries, second wave of coronavirus affected the Spain . Other countries have taken severe majors, and in Italy, news laws will be imposed from Sunday so that they can avoid the spread of the coronavirus meanwhile in France there were around 53000 new cases corona cases.
What measures have been taken by Spain to stop the spread of the virus?
Spain has been very cautious about the second wave of coronavirus. Spain’s prime minister Mr Sanchez said that every area would have an hour of flexibility during the curfew. He even stated that there would be a restriction on movements amongst the districts and the regional leaders will make this.
There will also be a limit on public and private gatherings. And no more than six people will be allowed at the same place at the same time. He even ordered that the people walking on roads should also keep a distance of at least 2ft.
During a press conference on Sunday, Mr Sanchez said that this time the coronavirus is more dangerous and is more severe than what it was before.
Moreover, over 17 regions for Spain are imposing restrictions. These regions will apply new laws and policies from Sunday 1st November. The government of Spain assessed a similar lockdown during the first wave of coronavirus I April. Around 30000 people have died in Spain during this pandemic.
What majors are been taken by other countries to stop the spread of the virus?
Italyalso has been very cautious with the coronavirus and as soon as the second wave has started the government of Italy has decided to close the swimming pools, gyms, theatres and cinemas. This closure will begin on Monday 2nd November. All the bars, cafes and restaurants will stop table service by 18:00 as per the new covid policies, . However, shops and other types of businesses can operate as usual.
The prime minister of Italy believes that they will be able to overcome the coronavirus by December. And everything will go back to normal. He even said in a press conference that the government isn’t planning to impose a lockdown like the first wave as it caused a lot of economic damage.
How is Europe coping up with the coronavirus?
Coronavirus cases and deaths are increasing every day in Europe. On Sunday around 465319 positive corona cases were confirmed in Europe.
There are around 20000 corona positive patients in the UK and 45000 total deaths. The Bulgarian prime minister was also tested positive for halo. The real corona cases in Russia are more than 1.5 million.
Overall, Europe has been in the worst state for the past few days. And the government is implementing new strategies in order o avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
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