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Barcelona: People go to beach despite coronavirus advice

Barcelona: People go to beach despite coronavirus advice

A beach in Barcelona, a wedding in Tudela and a Red Cross centre in Malaga are among the places where new clusters of cases have been found in recent weeks. Dinner parties, sports events and a summer language school have also been affected by virus outbreaks in a setback to Spain’s efforts to resume normal life after one of the world’s strictest lockdowns. Spain said on Friday that it had identified 5,695 new cases in the previous seven days, a sharp increase from 2,944 a week earlier. The spike in cases has forced some areas to re-impose lockdown restrictions just as Spain is starting to welcome tourists including British holidaymakers again. Meanwhile, French health minister Olivier Veran insisted today that ‘we are very far from a second wave’ despite an estimated 400 to 500 active clusters, and an R rate of 1.2 in France and 1.55 in the region including Marseille and Nice.

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