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Spain's Catalonia to close bars and restaurants for two weeks amid coronavirus spike


Barcelona (Spain), Oct 14 (EFE).- Catalonia health authorities decided on Wednesday that all bars and restaurants in the region will remain close for 15 days and that shopping centres and gyms will reduce its capacity in a bid to control a new coronavirus spike in the region. Catalonia has recorded 1,620 new cases and 23 deaths in the last 24 hours.FOOTAGE OF BARS AND TERRACES IN BARCELONA.

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