Spain and Germany were the first European Union countries to have a complete vaccination plan in place.
A second wave of coronavirus cases that have passed the earlier peak in April in numbers of new infections is leading a number of countries to increase restrictions.
From Monday, more than 850,000 people in the Madrid region will face limits on travel and sizes of group.
Of course we are worried because we have to stabilise and bring down the infection chain - Health Minister Salvador Illa told Catalonia’s regional TV channel 324 late on Monday, adding that the goal is to avoid pressuring hospitals.
Euronews reported how sixteen helicopters and eight planes are helping more than 500 workers tackle the fire.
The media house revealed that the third suspect is also a foreigner however he is not from the Balkans.
Among the restrictive measures, the regions have also banned smoking in outdoor areas when keeping a safe distance is impossible. The measures are aimed at curbing a rise in the coronavirus infections.
As of 09 August 2020, almost 20 million cases of COVID-19 were reported around the world.