How Spain lost control - again
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Spain’s coronavirus lockdown was the strictest of all – and it worked. But less than two months after the state of emergency ended, the country is once again topping the European league of Covid-19 transmission. Madrid-based journalist, James Badcock joins Theodora Louloudis to discuss why partying amongst the young and a patchy contact tracing system mean the country’s become the sick man of Europe.

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