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Young people are seen partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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A person is seen sheltered in the shade on a terrace of a bar in the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A tourist is seen covering her head from the sun and heat in the museum area of Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Three women take a selfie with the background of the city from the museum area in Montjuic. Despite the increase in contagions from the delta variant of Covid-19 in Catalonia, cultural activity and tourism are without restrictive measures, which can lead to an explosive situation. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Young people are seen partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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Young people are seen partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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An empty Barceloneta beach is seen Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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Catalan police is seen vacating the young people partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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Catalan police is seen vacating the young people partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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Catalan police is seen vacating the young people partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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A couple is seen taking a selfie with the background of the city from the museum area in Montjuic. Despite the increase in contagions from the delta variant of Covid-19 in Catalonia, cultural activity and tourism are without restrictive measures, which can lead to an explosive situation. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Tourists are seen aboard the tourist bus that runs along the museum route at the top of Montjuic mountain. Despite the increase in contagions from the delta variant of Covid-19 in Catalonia, cultural activity and tourism are without restrictive measures, which can lead to an explosive situation. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen being evicted by the police from Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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An elderly woman is seen taking refuge from the sun and the temperature in the shade of the trees on the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A person is seen drinking mate in the shade sheltered from the sun and the temperature on the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A person is seen reading the newspaper sheltering from the sun and the temperature in the shade of the trees on the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen being evicted by the police from Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Catalan police is seen vacating the young people partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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Young people are seen partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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People are seen being evicted by the police from Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen being evicted by the police from Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Police seen evicting people from the beach of Barceloneta. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Police seen evicting people from the beach of Barceloneta. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen being evicted by the police from Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Police seen evicting people from the beach of Barceloneta. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Police seen evicting people from the beach of Barceloneta. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Catalan police is seen vacating the young people partying and making spontaneus drinking gatherings, known as botellones "botellones", in the Barceloneta beach in Barcelona, Spain on July 18, 2021. The catalan government ordered a new curfew from 00.30 till 6.00am after a surge in the contagion rate, especially among young unvaccinated people, due also to the spread of the new delta variant. The new restrictions are expected to hit the hospitality industry and curb its hopes to recover after more than a year of closure, as they only leave the possibility to use outdoors terraces and forbid indoors dancefloors. (Photo by Davide Bonaldo/Sipa USA)
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A minor is seen running accompanied by his father enjoying the area of water sources of the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Two people are seen taking a selfie in the shade next to the water sources of the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Two elderly people take refuge from the sun and the temperature in the shade of the trees on the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Two elderly people are seen taking refuge from the sun and the temperature in the shade of the trees on the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Two young people are seen taking refuge from the sun and the temperature in the shade of the Caixa Forum Cultural Center building in the museum area of Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of people is seen in the shade next to the water sources of the Montjuic mountain. According to the State Meteorological Agency (AE.MET), an increase in temperatures is expected in Catalonia. For Barcelona the warning will be at an orange level with temperatures between 30? and 39? C. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A man is seen begging while kneeling in front of the luxurious shops on Passeig de Grrcia in Barcelona. The latest data on extreme poverty in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show an increase of more than 50% in the last year. The Covid pandemic has reinforced this trend, producing an imbalance between the poorest and those with the most. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A non-integrated young man is seen in Plaza Catalunya sitting in an attitude of boredom and defeat. The latest data on extreme poverty in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show an increase of more than 50% in the last year. The Covid pandemic has reinforced this trend, producing an imbalance between the poorest and those with the most. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A mattress and various belongings of a homeless person are seen at the door of a restaurant that is definitely closed to the public in the arcades of Paseo Picasso in Barcelona, one of the most visited areas by tourism. The latest data on extreme poverty in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show an increase of more than 50% in the last year. The Covid pandemic has reinforced this trend, producing an imbalance between the poorest and those with the most. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of young tourists are seen on Passeig de Grrcia doing a cultural route with bicycles accompanied by a guide. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Many people are seen visiting the commercial hub of Passeig de Grrcia. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of people are gathered by a tour guide in Plaza de Catalunya. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of people seen crossing Plaza Catalunya behind the tour guide. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of people seen inside the Red Route tourist bus as it passes through Passeig de Grrcia. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Many tourists are seen admiring the famous Gaud? building popularly known as La Pedrera on Passeig de Grrcia. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of people are gathered by a tour guide in Plaza de Catalunya. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Many people are seen visiting the commercial hub of Passeig de Grrcia. Despite the decree of night curfew between 1:00 and 6:00 hours due to the significant increase in contagion from the Delta variant of Covid, during the day the commercial and cultural areas of the center of Barcelona receive groups of person with little social distancing. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A homeless person is seen sleeping with placards asking for help of what to eat at the door of a closed shop in the luxurious shopping area of Passeig de Grrcia in Barcelona The latest data on extreme poverty in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show an increase of more than 50% in the last year. The Covid pandemic has reinforced this trend, producing an imbalance between the poorest and those with the most. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People seen with alcoholic drinks on Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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The police seen in front of a crowd of people on the beach of Barceloneta. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People posing with alcoholic drink on Barceloneta beach. Catalonia has decreed the return of the curfew starting at 1:00 a.m., given the rebound in cases as a result of the delta variant of the coronavirus. After the closure of bars and nightlife, at the time that if the measure begins on Sunday, July 18, the police have evicted crowds of people on the Barceloneta beach. (Photo by Thiago Prudencio / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A homeless person is seen sleeping on a public bench next to a bar terrace in the busy and commercial Plaza Catalunya. The latest data on extreme poverty in Spain published by the National Institute of Statistics (INE) show an increase of more than 50% in the last year. The Covid pandemic has reinforced this trend, producing an imbalance between the poorest and those with the most. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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View of a commercial advertisement of an available commercial space is seen in the Plaza de les Olles. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A person is seen carrying a rolling suitcase down the popular Rambla in Barcelona. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A man is seen inside a local restaurant reading a book. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A notice announcing to customers the temporary closure due to the new pandemic situation is seen on the door of a restaurant in the historic center of Barcelona. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A group of tourists are seen listening to the cultural indications of the tour guide in front of the Church of Santa Mar?a del Mar. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen carrying rolling suitcases down the popular Rambla in Barcelona. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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Tourists with suitcases are seen selecting merchandise at one of the news stands on the Rambla. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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A person is seen carrying a rolling suitcase down the popular Rambla in Barcelona. Barcelona suffers the effects of the fifth wave of the coronavirus with more than 8,000 new cases in the last 24 hours, predominantly of the delta variant. New restrictive measures will be taken in the next few hours. (Photo by Paco Freire / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: An inflatable pink flamingo lies on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, Muro: Alejandra cashes in with a customer at the ice cream parlour 'Valls Gelat' on Playa de Muro beach in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, Muro: A group of tourists eat in the restaurant Can Pescador on the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared the whole of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers as a risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, Muro: Waitress Carmen (m) serves a paella to Polish tourists at the Can Pescador restaurant on Playa de Muro beach in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared the whole of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: People enjoy the sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Teachers of a water sports school set up surfboards for windsurfing on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Anna, the teacher of a water sports school, prepares surfboards for windsurfing on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared the whole of Spain, including Mallorca and the Canary Islands, a risk area in view of rapidly rising Corona numbers. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: People bathe in the sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: An instructor of a water sports school prepares surfboards for windsurfing on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Under colorful umbrellas, many people enjoy the sun, sand and sea on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Tourists Olli (r) and Birger from Rostock play volleyball on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared the whole of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers as a risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Erik, an instructor at a water sports school, stands on a surfboard for a windsurfing lesson on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared the whole of Spain, including Mallorca and the Canary Islands, a risk area in view of rapidly rising Corona numbers. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Many people enjoy the sun, sand and sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Many people enjoy the sun, sand and sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: Many people enjoy the sun, sand and sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: People enjoy the sun, sand and sea at Playa de Muro beach in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: People bathe in the sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: People enjoy the sea at the beach Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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11 July 2021, Spain, -: The tourists Birger (l) and Olli from Rostock play volleyball on the beach of Playa de Muro in the north of Mallorca. The federal government has declared all of Spain with Mallorca and the Canary Islands in view of rapidly increasing Corona numbers to the risk area. The practical effects for Mallorca holidaymakers are limited for the time being. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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People are seen sunbathing at Vendrell Beach on a sunny day. The Government of Catalonia has asked the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia to order the closure of all activities (bars, discos and restaurants) starting at 00:30 am in the face of the uncontrolled rise of positives for COVID-19. In cultural activities, such as concerts, the public must be seated and the meetings will be of not more than 10 people and it will be prohibited to eat and drink on the street. Catalonia has registered more than 5,500 new infections and there are already 980 patients admitted in the hospitals. (Photo by Ramon Costa / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen sunbathing at Vendrell Beach on a sunny day. The Government of Catalonia has asked the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia to order the closure of all activities (bars, discos and restaurants) starting at 00:30 am in the face of the uncontrolled rise of positives for COVID-19. In cultural activities, such as concerts, the public must be seated and the meetings will be of not more than 10 people and it will be prohibited to eat and drink on the street. Catalonia has registered more than 5,500 new infections and there are already 980 patients admitted in the hospitals. (Photo by Ramon Costa / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People wearing face masks are seen at the Vendrell Street Market. The Government of Catalonia has asked the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia to order the closure of all activities (bars, discos and restaurants) starting at 00:30 am in the face of the uncontrolled rise of positives for COVID-19. In cultural activities, such as concerts, the public must be seated and the meetings will be of not more than 10 people and it will be prohibited to eat and drink on the street. Catalonia has registered more than 5,500 new infections and there are already 980 patients admitted in the hospitals. (Photo by Ramon Costa / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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People are seen sunbathing at Vendrell Beach on a sunny day. The Government of Catalonia has asked the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia to order the closure of all activities (bars, discos and restaurants) starting at 00:30 am in the face of the uncontrolled rise of positives for COVID-19. In cultural activities, such as concerts, the public must be seated and the meetings will be of not more than 10 people and it will be prohibited to eat and drink on the street. Catalonia has registered more than 5,500 new infections and there are already 980 patients admitted in the hospitals. (Photo by Ramon Costa / SOPA Images/Sipa USA)
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Policemen patrol the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Lucas and Dennis from Dortmund celebrate on the beach of Arenal. Because of strongly rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area on Sunday. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Policemen patrol the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: Justin from Cologne (M) and his friends enjoy the sun on the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classified on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa
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09 July 2021, Spain, Palma de Mallorca: A Corona test center near the beach of Arenal. Because of sharply rising Corona infection numbers, the federal government classifies on Sunday all of Spain and thus also Mallorca and the Canary Islands as a risk area. Photo: Clara Margais/dpa