US Coronavirus: Madrid extends restrictions to curb the epidemic
Bale back at Tottenham, Reguilón also joins from Real Madrid
LONDON (AP) — Gareth Bale completed his return to Tottenham from Real Madrid on Saturday when defender Sergio Reguilón also signed for the Premier League club from the Spanish champions. The 31-year-old Bale is back in north London on a season-long loan move, seven years after the winger joined Madrid for 100 million euros (then $132 million), which was a world record fee at the time. Reguilón, a 23-year-old left back, has joined Tottenham permanently on a contract through 2025. Reguilón, who made his Spain debut in the Nations League this month, won the Europa League in August while on loan at Sevilla.
Spain is currently experiencing a second wave of coronavirus, with Madrid as theSPAIN - Spain is currently experiencing a second wave of coronavirus, with Madrid as the epicenter
Far from the massive deconfinement of May,is currently experiencing a second wave of to the point of bringing ever more restrictive measures . More than a million inhabitants of the region of can thus leave their neighborhood only for reasons of first necessity after the extension to new areas on Monday of restrictions intended to curb epidemic, but that considers insufficient.
Indian couple run street-side classes for poor students
NEW DELHI (AP) — On a quiet road in India's capital, tucked away on a wide, red-bricked sidewalk, kids set adrift by the country's COVID-19 lockdown are being tutored. The children, ages 4 to 14, carry book bags more than 2 kilometers (a mile) from their thatched-roof huts on the banks of the Yamuna River to this impromptu, roadside classroom. There, they receive free lessons in math, science, English and physical education, taught by a former Indian diplomat and his wife.
As of Monday morning, these measures concern 167,000 additional people who can only leave their neighborhood for specific reasons such as going to work, going to the doctor or taking the children to school. Subject to random police checks, these people, on the other hand, have the right to move freely in their neighborhood and are therefore not confined to their homes.15% of the inhabitants of the region affected by the measures
More than 850,000 people had already been affected for a week, particularly in disadvantaged neighborhoods or municipalities in the south of the capital where demonstrations are increasing to denounce a situation deemed unjust.
In total, nearly 15% of the inhabitants of the region with a population of 6.6 million are now affected by these restrictions. But the central government, which deems these measures insufficient, has entered into a standoff with the region to push it to adopt more drastic measures and threatened to impose them if it does not act.
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31,000 deaths in Spain
In Spain, the regions are responsible for health. “The region's obligation, in collaboration with the government, must be to stop the spread of the Covid”, insisted on Monday the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Arancha Gonzalez Laya, on the Antena 3 channel.
Spain has recorded more than 700,000 cases and more than 31,000 deaths since the start of the pandemic with Madrid as the epicenter of the second wave of the epidemic.
Europe's COVID-19 Cases Are Spiking. Here's How 4 Different Countries Are Trying to Stop A Second Wave .
Europe's COVID-19 Cases Are Spiking. Here's How 4 Different Countries Are Trying to Stop A Second WaveThis week, Europe experienced a record high number of new coronavirus cases reaching 71, 365 on Sept. 21, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. “More than half of European countries have reported a greater than 10 percent increase in the past two weeks,” Hans Kluge, the World Health Organization’s regional director for Europe said at a briefing.