Lockdown restrictions have once again been imposed in Europe due to the growing number of corona. Lockdown restrictions have been imposed in parts of Spain, France and the UK as corona infections continue to rise. The number of coroners in European countries has been rising for the past few days.
Spanish authorities have announced a lockdown to control the spread of the corona in parts of the capital Madrid. According to the BBC, the lockdown will start from Monday. Restrictions will be imposed on more than 850,000 people in the Madrid area. In the meantime, there will be restrictions on travel and social events.
Spain was one of the countries most affected by the virus in Europe during the first phase of the Corona Convention. The number of coroners in Spain has now reached six lakh 25 thousand 651. The Spanish government says the average rate of infection in and around Madrid has doubled.
Preparations are underway by European countries ahead of the second wave of the Corona maelstrom in the winter. Corona sufferers have also increased in France. During the day on Friday, 13,215 new coronary heart disease patients were registered. Finance Minister Bruno Le Meyer has also been infected. Strict restrictions have been imposed in several cities, including Marseille and Nice. In France, for the past few days, an average of 10,000 kroner per day has been found. The use of masks in the workplace has been made mandatory
In Britain, 27 people died of corona disease on Friday. So, 4322 new coroner were registered. Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned that a second wave of corona was “inevitable”. Strict lockdown restrictions have been imposed in northern England.
Restrictions have also been imposed in the Czech Republic. Bars and restaurants, nightclubs have been ordered to close between 12pm and 6am. In addition, gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. In the Netherlands, too, a distance of 1.5 meters between two persons has been instructed.