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Spain announced new nationwide restrictions, largely focused on nightlife, as COVID-19 cases have surged in the country. At a news conference Friday, Spanish Health Minister Salvador Illa announced all night clubs and dance clubs, with or without live music, will be closed.
On Thursday 13 August 2020, the Spanish Ministry of Defence delivered disinfectants to the Iraqi authorities, in response to the global Coronavirus pandemic. A ceremony to this effect was held at the Iraqi air base of Al-Muthana, at the presence of several officials, including Brigadier General Salah from the Prime Minister National Operation Command and the Spanish Chargée d’Affaires Mrs Mariana Figueroa Sánchez.
Spain’s Coronavirus situation is not being considered stable by a large share of EU countries, with many of them advising their citizens not to travel to Spain for non-essential purposes. Health authorities in Spain have reported 8,618 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, leading Schengen countries to tighten their preventive measures, with some of them even […]
More than 20 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide as of Monday night, and Spain has overtaken Britain for the highest number of cases in Western Europe. Partly to blame, some Spanish health experts say, is that the government doesn’t have enough qualified contract tracers. “Some regions have not understood that this was the key in the months after the lockdown and in the long term,” said Ildefonso Hernandez Aguado, a public health professor at Alicante’s Miguel Hernandez University. He also blamed Spanish society for its eagerness to celebrate holidays and other events with
SHARE THIS ARTICLE: Newsweek While novel coronavirus cases have spiked across several parts of Europe, including Spain, France, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, Sweden—where a countrywide lockdown was never issued—continues to report a downward trend in new cases and new deaths. As of Sunday, the latest death rate in Sweden (deaths per 100,000 people) was […]
MADRID (AP) — Two members of Atlético Madrid's group set to travel to Portugal for the Champions League quarterfinals tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday. It's the first pandemic-related setback among clubs participating in the final stage of Europe's top club competition. The last eight will begin in Lisbon on Wednesday amid tight health safety protocols to prevent a coronavirus outbreak from derailing the competition’s finale. The semifinals and Aug. 23 final will also be played in Lisbon. No other clubs involved in the quarterfinals have reported positive tests among its players recently. The Spanish club did not name those who tested positive and did not say if a player was involved. It said it immediately informed health authorities in Spain and Portugal about the positive results, as well as UEFA and other soccer bodies in both countries. It said in a statement that the entire group that was set to go to Lisbon will be tested again before the team can travel, and that the team's schedule is being altered to allow the new tests. Atlético is set to face Leipzig on Thursday in the last eight. The quarterfinals start on Wednesday with Atalanta facing Paris Saint-Germain. The other one-game series will involve Barcelona vs. Bayern Munich on Friday and Manchester City vs. Lyon on Saturday. The matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon. Earlier this week Atlético had to cancel a friendly of its women’s team after a positive test within the group. ___ More AP soccer https://apnews.com/Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Can I hire a car in Spain during COVID-19? Will I be required to take a test on arrival? As visitors from Europe and beyond prepare to holiday in Spain for the first time since lockdown, we’ve put together a guide that will help you plan your summer getaway with confidence.
Valencia, Espanyol and Real Mallorca all reported positive cases for coronavirus on Tuesday, as Spanish clubs begin returning for pre-season.
Valencia confirmed two individuals have been infected while tests at Espanyol and Mallorca, who have both been relegated to the second division, revealed one positive case each.
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(Photo Courtesy of Virginia Athletics) Around the nation, college football teams and conferences are scrambling to adjust their schedules, protocols, and even outright cancelling the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, which ended the 2020 college lacrosse season prematurely. And as fall sports scramble, many are already starting to look ahead to February and…
Spain’s local government on the Canary Islands has signed an insurance policy to ensure that travellers will have their expenses paid if they contract the Coronavirus pandemic during vacation. The Canary Islands will become the first of the 17 autonomous communities in Spain to offer this kind of insurance for travellers, with among other will […]
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — The match that caused chaos in Spain’s second division after being suspended because of a coronavirus outbreak on one team was decided by a stoppage-time penalty on Friday. The spot kick scored five minutes into injury time by Claudio Beauvue gave Deportivo La Coruña a 2-1 comeback win over Fuenlabrada. The outcome meant nothing to the relegated Deportivo, but it did quash Fuenlabrada's bid to make the promotion playoffs while ensuring Elche clinched a spot in the fight for the top-flight. The match was finally played almost three weeks after it was suspended when some Fuenlabrada players tested positive for COVID-19 hours before they were due to play at Deportivo. The outbreak spread among Fuenlabrada’s players who had traveled from their home in Madrid to northwest A Coruña for the July 20 match and were stuck in confinement in a hotel for two weeks. One player needed to be hospitalized for several days. The league at one point decided to just cancel the match, but a court overruled that decision and said it must be played, giving new hope to Fuenlabrada to make the playoffs. The postponed match blemished la Liga’s plan to resume the season that was delayed for four months due to the pandemic. While the first division went off without a hitch with players being regularly tested and keeping their social contacts to a minimum as dictated by league guidelines, the suspended match between Fuenlabrada and Deportivo led to complaints by second-division clubs that argued their interests were damaged. Elche complained that it could be the biggest loser of all since it finished just head of Fuenlabrada in sixth place, the last spot of four that earn a playoff berth. Zaragoza, which had already secured a playoff spot, complained this week of the uncertainty caused by the situation that had...
A total of 111,080 companies in the tourism, leisure and culture sector have received 14,445.4 million financial support from Spain’s Government Guarantee Line, which was approved on March 17, in an effort to help self-employed and companies to recover from the damaged provoked by the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The information is provided by ICO’ s […]
By: Ellen Cans A 107-year-old New Jersey grandmother, who a century ago had survived the Spanish flu, has now beat the coronavirus. Anna Del Priore, who is looking forward to turning 108 next month, tested positive for COVID-19 in May. Her granddaughter, Darlene Jasmine, expected the worst, the Asbury Park Press reported. “I thought, ‘Oh […]
Just seven weeks after bringing its first coronavirus wave under control, experts say Spain is once again in a "critical" situation with the worst infection rate in Western Europe. The country reported an average of 4,923 new daily cases of the respiratory disease during the last seven days, a higher amount than that of Britain, France, Germany and Italy combined, according to
Indians wishing to apply for a Schengen Visa to Europe, whose previous visa has expired without being used due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will be eligible to apply for a new one free of charge, as soon as the Embassies and borders reopen. The decision has been announced by the Outbound Tour Operators’ Association of […]
Antonio Banderas has tested positive for coronavirus in Malaga on his 60th birthday, he announced today. Banderas, who is best known for his roles in Desperado and The Mask of Zorro, announced his diagnosis on social media and revealed that he was experiencing symptoms of fatigue. The actor celebrated his girlfriend Nicole Kimpel’s 40th birthday […]
MADRID (AP) - Two members of Atlético Madrid's group set to travel to Portugal for the Champions League quarterfinals tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday - the first pandemic-related setback among clubs participating in the final stage of Europe's top club competition. The last eight is scheduled to begin in Lisbon on Wednesday amid tight health safety protocols to prevent a coronavirus outbreak from derailing the competition's finale. The semifinals and Aug. 23 final will also be played in Lisbon. Other clubs involved in the quarterfinals have not reported any positive tests among its players recently. The Spanish club did not name those who tested positive and did not say if a player was involved. It said both people who were infected had been isolated at their homes. Atlético, which was expected to travel to Lisbon on Monday, said it immediately informed health authorities in Spain and Portugal about the positive results, as well as UEFA and other soccer bodies in both countries. It said in a statement that the entire group that was set to travel will be tested again, and that the team's schedule is being altered to allow the new tests. Atlético is set to face Leipzig on Thursday in the last eight. The quarterfinals start on Wednesday with Atalanta facing Paris Saint-Germain. The other one-game series will involve Barcelona vs. Bayern Munich on Friday and Manchester City vs. Lyon on Saturday. The matches will take place at two stadiums in Lisbon. Earlier this week Atlético had to cancel a friendly of its women's team after a positive test within the group. Atlético said that, after the Spanish league season had ended, the club asked for all Spanish teams still involved in European competitions to keep voluntarily following the league's...