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Spain: People go about Christmas Eve with new outdoor mask wearing requirement in effect


In Barcelona people are out and about on Christmas Eve as mask wearing outdoors becomes compulsory in a bid to curb a growing wave of Covid-19 infections in the country. IMAGES

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