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Spain calls in Its Own Military to fight COVID-19 resurgence

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez declared on Tuesday that he was creating the military available to aid areas struggle a new burst of coronavirus cases.

“The Spanish authorities will offer the areas with the power of the armed forces to perform the tracing” of cases, he said during a televised speech, demonstrating that 2,000 soldiers will be deployed for this purpose.

Sanchez explained the development of the outbreak in Spain is”worrying” but stressed it’s still far from its peak in mid-March.

Spain imposed among the strictest lockdowns in Europe at the moment, also there have stayed nationally and local constraints as the nation continued to fight fresh COVID-19 cases.

Areas will have the ability to request the central authorities to employ a state of alarm in their lands too, Sanchez added.

“We can’t permit the pandemic to take charge of our own lives. .we must take hands, break this instant curve,” he explained.

Also, he asked folks to download a program named RadarCovid to ease the job of monitoring and tracing instances.

There have been over 405,000 cases supported in the nation, in addition to almost 29,000 deaths, according to a Johns Hopkins University tally.