One million people in and around the Spanish capital on Monday were under new “stay-at-home” orders to contain another coronavirus surge, as the US death toll neared 200,000.
But unlike other nations that are tightening curbs to battle outbreaks, India pressed ahead with its measures to kickstart its battered economy, reopening the Taj Mahal and some schools on Monday – despite having the second-highest caseload in the world.
The restrictions in Madrid will last for two weeks starting Monday, affecting people living mainly in densely populated, low-income neighborhoods who will be allowed only to travel for essential reasons such as work, medical care or taking children to school.
On Sunday, people took to the streets in some of the affected districts in protest against the new measures.
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Source: Asia Times