Passengers from Barcelona, Ibiza, Mallorca and Alicante arrive at BirminghamAirport on Monday, after the UK Government imposed coronavirus travelrestrictions for Spain on Saturday and announced 14-day quarantine rules fortravellers.
A baby epaulette shark has become the latest breeding success for the NationalSea Life Centre in Birmingham. Nicknamed 'Baby Yoda' by staff after hisfertilised egg was found on May 4, the shark is currently around 20cm long.
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In Barcelona, hospitality industry workers took to the streets, banging pots and pans and throwing eggs at the city hall following an order for bars and restaurants to close for the next 15 days to slow rising coronavirus infections.View on euronews
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Catalan primary care health workers took to the streets of Barcelona on Tuesday, on the first day of a four-day strike to demand better conditions and more resources to face the COVID pandemic. “We’re asking for help, because we cannot give people the resources they need to be treated during this COVID pandemic,” doctor Natalia Roses told Reuters.
Some of Spain’s world famous holiday destinations have become COVID-19 hotspots. Ibiza may be considered the clubbing capital of the world, but despite its dancefloors being silenced by the pandemic, infection rates in the Balearic islands are still climbing.