Catalonia will toughen restrictions and it will adopt new measures to curb the increase in infections in the region, where daily cases remain above 2,000 since last Friday, when it recorded the worst data of this second wave: 2,529 positives and 26 deaths.
For the moment, as announced by the Secretary of Public Health of Catalonia, Josep María Argimon, they will ask universities to teach online classes for 15 days and urge companies to prioritize teleworking.
“If we do nothing in 15 days we will be like Madrid“, has assured Argimon. Although he has not detailed what the new measures will consist of, he has pointed out that they will be” effective “and” short “and will be aimed at reducing mobility and social interaction.
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