More than 200,000 people have been put back into coronavirus quarantine in Catalonia, Spain, local media is reporting.
The President Quim Torra has reported there will be a “perimeter confinement” of the region starting at 12.00pm on Saturday, a region where more than 209,000 reside.
It means there will be restrictions on entering and exiting the Segria region.
It comes following a “significant increase” in coronavirus cases registered in the area in the last few days.
“The data of the last days make us think that the incidence in this region is much higher than that of the rest of the country,” reported the Minister of Health, Alba Vergés.
He said: “The government has a priority to the life and health of people and will take all the necessary decisions and measures.”
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