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In the fight against the second wave of the corona pandemic, Ireland is the first EU country to return to lockdown. From Wednesday on, a six-week curfew will apply in Ireland, as Prime Minister Michael Martin announced. The northern Italian region of Lombardy has meanwhile imposed a night curfew, and in Spain several areas with particularly high numbers of cases are being cordoned off. British researchers announced they wanted to target volunteers in the fight against the virus.
"Everyone in the country is being asked to stay home," Martin said in a televised address. People in Ireland are only allowed to move five kilometers from where they live.
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schools and childcare facilities should nevertheless remain open, "because we cannot and do not want the future of our children and young people to become another victim of this disease," said Martin. However, all unnecessary businesses in Ireland must close. Restaurants and bars are only allowed to offer out-of-home service.
Lombardy was also forced to take stricter measures. From Thursday, people in the northern Italian region will have to stay at home from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. Exceptions are possible for medical or professional reasons.
The night curfew is to last until November 13, it is the strictest measure to contain the corona pandemic in Italy since the end of the national lockdown imposed in spring. "This is an appropriate and symbolically significant initiative that should not have any particularly serious economic consequences," Regional President Attilio Fontana told La Repubblica newspaper on Tuesday.
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Lombardy is currently the worst affected region in Italy, as it was at the beginning of the pandemic. On Monday, she reported the highest number of new infections nationwide with 1687 cases, the second most severely affected region is southern Italian Campania with 1593 cases. There, regional president Vincenzo De Luca announced a night curfew from the weekend, but gave no information on the duration of the measure.
In Spain more and more places are cordoned off as a protective measure. From Thursday, entry and exit in the north-eastern region of Navarre are only allowed for health or professional reasons or to visit educational institutions. Bars and restaurants must remain closed and shops close at 9 p.m. 660,000 people live in the region bordering France.
"We don't want to wait until it's too late," said Regional President María Chivite on Monday, explaining the measures. In Navarra, 945 corona infections per 100,000 inhabitants were registered in the past 14 days, nationwide there were 312 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants.
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Citizens' freedom of movement is also restricted in numerous other Spanish locations such as Madrid and Burgos. With 975,000 detected infections and almost 34,000 deaths, Spain is one of the countries hardest hit by the pandemic in Europe.
In neighboring Portugal, the government wants to contain the pandemic with an obligation to download the Corona-Warnapp. The parliamentary vote planned for Friday was postponed due to criticism from data protectionists and medical professionals.
In France, the number of patients in intensive care units has risen sharply due to the pandemic. The health authorities announced on Monday that 2090 intensive care beds were currently occupied with corona patients - 1441 more than a week ago. In the greater Paris area, the occupancy rate of the intensive care beds increased to 50 percent.
scientists from London's Imperial College and other institutions announced on Tuesday that they wanted to help contain the pandemic with a targeted corona infection of young, healthy volunteers. The study is scheduled to begin at the beginning of next year and will show the viral load from which a person falls ill with Covid-19. The close observation of the immune response of the test persons should then help in the development of therapies and vaccines.
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