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25-Feb-21: 'One-year anniversary of first Covid-19 case in Catalonia'

25-Feb-21: 'One-year anniversary of first Covid-19 case in Catalonia'

Health authorities want to slightly ease Covid-19 restrictions from Monday but they have delayed making a final decision until tomorrow. The once decreasing pandemic figures are now stagnant and fears of the impact of the British variant are growing

Catalan government in favor of permitting International Women's Day protests

Catalan government in favor of permitting International Women's Day protests

Interim Catalan president Pere Aragonès says protests should be able to be held on March 8 for International Women's Day "as long as health recommendations are followed."

The coronavirus pandemic in Catalonia, one year on

The coronavirus pandemic in Catalonia, one year on

A glance back at the first year of the coronavirus pandemic in Catalonia, as told by the health professionals who battled the virus.

'We cannot save Easter like we did with Christmas', says doctor

'We cannot save Easter like we did with Christmas', says doctor

"We cannot 'save' Easter like we did with Christmas because we have already seen its cost," has said Magda Campins, a doctor at the Vall d'Hebron hospital in Barcelona, who warned that lifting Covid-19 measures ahead of the holiday could lead to a "critical situation."

24-Feb-21: 'Covid restrictions could be eased from next Monday'

24-Feb-21: 'Covid restrictions could be eased from next Monday'

The Covid-19 restrictions could be slightly eased from next Monday. This comes despite some fears of a possible fourth wave – and also with a new debate opening up: should Easter carry some temporary loosening of the measures, as happened at Christmas? More on Catalan...

'Important' financial aid package of €11 billion for small businesses and self-employed announced

'Important' financial aid package of €11 billion for small businesses and self-employed announced

Pedro Sánchez has announced a new "important" financial aid package of €11 billion to help businesses, SMEs, and self-employed workers

Puigdemont says Euro chamber has to choose whether or not to 'accept jailing political dissidents'

Puigdemont says Euro chamber has to choose whether or not to 'accept jailing political dissidents'

Carles Puigdemont, the former president of Catalonia and current MEP, has said the European Parliament must choose to "accept Spain's pressure" and allow "the jailing of political dissidents" as he faces a vote on having his

'We are tired of not being listened to' - What young protesters in the recent riots have to say

'We are tired of not being listened to' - What young protesters in the recent riots have to say

Ever since the imprisonment of rapper Pablo Hasel, protests and unrest have been a nightly occurrence across Catalonia. Young demonstrators out in the riots tell Catalan News their reasons for taking part

Interior minister says minority of protesters are 'particularly violent'

Interior minister says minority of protesters are 'particularly violent'

Catalonia's interior minister says the minority of protesters who are violent are "particularly violent"

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