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How Spain became a hotspot for coronavirus

Unseasonably warm weather, Champions League football and other major events, homes on the beach and the café culture: just a few of the factors that may have helped carry an insidious virus across southern Europe — from country to country and city to city, from Italy to Spain and Portugal.

The virulence and lethality of the coronavirus was compounded by the fact that symptoms take at least several days to emerge — and by a series of missteps by governments as they chased its impact, before eventually succumbing to the reality that only a total lockdown could stem the tide.

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