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US Coronavirus: Spain could limit Christmas tables to 6 people

19:00  25 november  2020
19:00  25 november  2020 Source:   lefigaro.fr

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They would be limited to six people . The document proposed “planning a different Christmas without taking out the soul and spirit that makes it The regional health chiefs could still introduce changes. Catalonia’s l government said last week it wanted to allow gatherings of up to 10 people for Christmas .

Coronavirus . Croatia 360. Cry Like A Boy. According to draft proposals being circulated in the Spanish media, authorities plan to limit gatherings to six people in total. A draft proposal circulating in Berlin indicates that a mini-amnesty over the Christmas period might be implemented nationally

HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-SPAIN-CHRISTMAS: Coronavirus: Spain could limit Christmas tables to 6 people

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MADRID TO 6 PEOPLE (Reuters) - Spain's President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, announced on Wednesday that he was considering limiting the number of people attending Christmas celebrations to six people per household in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

"This is not a figure that we came out of nowhere," he said at a press conference with Italian Council President Giuseppe Conte in Mallorca.

"This is a number that health professionals and scientists tell us is tough and restrictive enough to prevent a new outbreak of infections," he added.

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Italy reports 853 Covid-related deaths; Spain to limit Christmas gatherings to six ; Swedish Free from commercial or political influence, we can report fearlessly on world events and challenge those There were a further 853 coronavirus -related deaths in Italy on Tuesday – the highest daily toll since

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The restrictions will be discussed with the regional authorities, which could lead to modifications. Certain regions, such as Catalonia or Madrid, are arguing for a less restrictive limit of ten people.

If the rate of new coronavirus infections in Spain has decreased for a month, the country has almost 1.6 million cases in total, making it the most affected country in Western Europe after France.

Tuesday, the toll of the epidemic reached 43,668 dead, 537 more than the day before, the largest daily increase recorded since the start of the second wave. X1X1 (Inti Landauro, French version Marc Angrand) X1

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