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Spain to reduce coronavirus quarantine from 14 to 10 days

Health Ministry reported a total of almost 670,500 coronavirus infections on Monday – a jump of more than 31,400 since data was last reported on Friday.
22.09.2020 - 15:01

The Spanish government and regional authorities are set to cut the quarantine imposed on those who have had contacts with people tested positive to coronavirus to 10 days from a previous 14 days, Cadena SER radio station reported on Tuesday.

SPAIN IS ONE OF THE WORST- VIRUS HIT COUNTRIES

Spain has the highest number of coronavirus cases in western Europe and regional authorities have ordered a partial lockdown from Monday in some Madrid neighbourhoods and other regions are taking measures to curb contagion.

Authorities have diagnosed more than 670,000 cases in the country since the beginning of the contagion and 30,663 have died of the disease.

La Ser said the regions and central government would agree on the shorter quarantine later in the day. The northeastern Catalonia region has already announced it would switch to ten days.