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As Europe faces a second wave, new lockdowns in Madrid have been met with protests.
Residents of Madrid took to the streets on Sunday to protest the renewed lockdown of dozens of areas across the Spanish capital, largely in working-class suburbs that are most densely populated.
The city has once again become the center of the pandemic in Spain, where new cases throughout the country have risen to more than 10,000 per day on average over the last week, exceeding the level the country had seen earlier this spring, when it was one of the worst-hit nations in Europe.
The latest lockdown measures in Madrid, which come into force on Monday, will affect about 850,000 residents in the city and the surrounding Madrid region. Residents in the 37 areas that have been placed under lockdown will be allowed to travel outside their specified zones only for
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