Countries and regions in Europe are toughening coronavirus restrictions amid a surge in fresh infections, with Wales imposing a “fire-break” lockdown of 14 days, Ireland announcing a nationwide “stay at home” order for six weeks and Belgium shutting down bars and restaurants for a month as authorities there warned of a possible “tsunami” of new COVID-19 cases. The latest European measures on Monday came as the World Health Organization blamed the rise in northern hemisphere cases on countries’ failure to properly quarantine infected people.

 

 

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