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Virus second wave rattles Europe’s confidence – Sydney Morning Herald

Spikes have been recorded in Spain, France and Germany, while the British Government orders returning holidaymakers from Spain into quarantine for 14 days.



“We have thus erased a good part of the progress made during the initial weeks since the lockdown was lifted.”
Further south, Spain’s case rate reached 39.4 for every 100,000 people compared to just 8.8 cases per 100,000 at the start of July.
By contrast, the rate in the United Kingdom and France is 14.6, and 5 in Italy. Only Sweden and Romania have a higher rate than Spain.
The British government shocked travellers on Saturday night by abruptly announcing Britons holidaying in Spain would ha…

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