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Catalonia reimposes night-time curfew amid worrying coronavirus fifth wave

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Madrid, Jul 16 (EFE).- (Camera: Archive) The High Court of Justice of Catalonia greenlit Friday a nighttime curfew in 161 municipalities of the northeastern Spanish region as Covid-19 cases rise and hospitals face growing pressure. FOOTAGE OF NIGHT LIFE IN BARCELONA, SPAIN

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