COVID-19 in Spain: a predictable storm?
The Lancet Public Health
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As of Oct 12, there have been 861112 confirmed cases and 32929 deaths due to COVID-19 in Spain. More than 63000 health-care workers have been infected. Spain was one of the most affected countries during the first wave of COVID-19 (March to June), and it has now been hit hard again by a second wave of COVID-19 infections. While the reasons behind this poor outcome are still to be fully understood, Spain’s COVID-19 crisis has magnified weaknesses in some parts of the health system and revealed complexities in the politics that shape the country
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