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Holidaymakers returning to Wales from Zante asked to quarantine

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Greece added to Scotland’s quarantine list

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Household gatherings banned in parts of Greater Glasgow

Nicola Sturgeon has announced a ban on household gatherings in three local authorities in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area for the next two weeks after a surge in coronavirus cases.

Scotland’s first minister said the localised restrictions, which come into force at midnight tonight and will affect an estimated 800,ooo people, apply to those living in West Dunbartonshire, Glasgow and East Renfrewshire, where infection rates have risen in recent days.

Those resident in these three areas should not host people in their homes or visit someone else’s home, regardless of where they live. The only exception will be those “extended households”, that were established during lockdown where people who lived alone, couples who don’t live together, or single parents could join with one other household to provide mutual support.









Spain recorded 8,115 new cases of Covid-19 on Tuesday evening, 2,731 of them diagnosed in the previous 24 hours, according to the latest figures from the national health ministry.

The latest statistics bring the country’s total to 470,973 cases, of which 99,889 have been logged over the past fortnight. Over the past seven days, 159 people have died from the virus, bringing the death toll to 29,152.





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Madrid’s city council has announced that the capital’s 3,800 parks and green spaces will be closed from 10pm until 6am in a move to halt the spread of the virus. The measure will come into force immediately.

Police in Madrid are also cracking down on botellones, or street drinking parties, which can facilitate the spread of the virus.

The Madrid region has accounted for about a third of the 96,000 infections recorded in Spain over the past two weeks.

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