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Spanish government declares state of emergency in Madrid after court rejects partial lockdown


The Spanish government has overruled Madrid's regional premier announced a state of emergency to tackle the country's surge in COVID-19 cases.

Added on the 09/10/2020 13:15:35 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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