European Nations Impose Stricter Novel Coronavirus Measures

A surge in novel coronavirus infections in Europe is forcing some of the continent’s major economies to clamp down on their populations, a sign of how the location is turning out to be an epicenter of the global crisis.

Over the weekend Spain purchased an Italy-like lockdown that bars individuals from leaving their homes without the need of a valid justification. France closed down dining places, bars and all nonessential retailers. Confronted with an inflow of French shoppers, Germany closed its borders with France and a host of other nations.