The country is among the countries worst hit through the coronavirus. Catastrophic conditions in hospitals, eerily deserted inner metropolitan areas and days with as many as 1,000 COVID-19 deaths.
In a short time span, the epidemic has taken away exactly what the Spanish cherish so very much: close connection with the relatives, greetings with kisses and hugs, the bustle of outside existence – in the pub, in parks, cafés and restaurants. Reporter Natalia Bachmayer has travelled via a shattered country, meeting people like David, who cannot overcome the lonely dying of his grandmother. Or Aura, a migrant who found The country filled with dreams and today stands lined up for food within the many “hunger queues”. The reporter has additionally seen the way the crisis in a single district of Madrid has switched neighbours into buddies.
Natalia visited Miguel, the mayor of the small Canary island. For a long time he searched for to draw in more attention and visitors but has become glad the area has remained miraculously virus-free. “Spain’s grapple with the coronavirus” depicts existence inside a country that is getting out of bed in the nightmare, a land inside a condition of emergency.
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