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Last July, the director general of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, saw fit to put Spain and Italy – despite both countries being considered true pariahs due to the unsuccessful viral containment at the start of the pandemic – as examples that, even in the worst moments of Covid-19, the situation can be reversed if appropriate measures are taken. Today, after the summer months, and despite the restrictions on citizens and companies, both countries face different situations. The objective is the same: perhaps the pandemic will not be controlled with definitive success, but every effort is made to try with all means … See More.

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