Spain: Catalonia locks down 200,000 over coronavirus outbreak

Spain: Catalonia locks down 200,000 over coronavirus outbreak

(STL.News) More than 200,000 people in Spain‘s Catalonia region have been put back under lock-down after the number of infections there almost doubled in a week.  In contrast, pubs, restaurants and cinemas have reopened across England following a relaxation of lock-down rules.

Al Jazeera’s Nadim Baba reports.

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