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Canada Covid-19: in Madrid, the army called in to reinforce the epidemic

10:30  24 september  2020
10:30  24 september  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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The army could also strengthen local police and law enforcement, Diaz Ayuso added, while authorities are trying to bring At the height of the first wave of the epidemic in March and April, the government deployed thousands of troops Spain has the highest number of Covid - 19 cases in Western Europe.

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L’armée et la garde civile ont été appelées en renfort à Madrid pour effectuer les tests PCR et contrôler les axes routiers les plus fréquentés. © José Jordan / AFP The army and the civil guard were called in reinforcement in Madrid to carry out PCR tests and control the axes busiest roads.

Spain leads the number of coronavirus infections in Europe with 11,289 new cases in 24 hours, and 130 deaths. The country seeks to slow down the second wave that hits Madrid. Nearly 855,000 Madrilenians are affected by the mobility restriction, in force in 37 areas of the capital. It is now the army and the Civil Guard called in as reinforcements who will be responsible for checks.

With our correspondent in Madrid, Diane Cambon

Time is running out in the Spanish capital to curb the epidemic. Army battalions will be deployed these days in areas most affected by Covid-19. This is the southern outskirts of Madrid, home to many Latin American immigrants and low-income families.

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As of 13 March 2020, when the number of new cases became greater than those in China, the World Health Organization (WHO) began to consider Europe the active centre of the COVID - 19 pandemic.

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The soldiers were called to the rescue by the president of the region and are responsible for carrying out 500,000 PCR tests. Currently, endless queues are forming in front of public health centers, totally overwhelmed by the situation. 300 doctors will come and reinforce the health teams, which the public health nurses and doctors have been asking for for months.

The other big concern is to enforce neighborhood restrictions, such as closing restaurants and bars at 10 p.m., or limiting residents' mobility. 200 additional agents of the civil guard and the national police will be responsible for controlling the routes most frequented by the population and only allowing those who work outside the restricted area to pass.

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