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Coronavirus live news: Spain eases restrictions in major cities; Japan to end state of emergency


Madrid and Barcelona move to next phase of lockdown; UK PM continues to back senior adviser; Germany enters recession

1.57pm BST

Spain will lift its quarantine requirement for those entering the country from 1 July, the government has just confirmed, writes Sam Jones, the Guardian’s Madrid correspondent.

At the moment, travellers from overseas are required to undergo a 14-day self-isolation on arrival.

1.55pm BST

The official death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in Sweden has topped 4,000, statistics published by its public health agency showed on Monday.

The data published on the agency’s website showed that deaths from Covid-19 had risen to 4,029, from 3,998 a day earlier, while the number of confirmed cases increased by 384 to 33,843.

From today’s protest in Stockholm against Sweden’s corona policy. The CNN and media from Germany, France and Radio Sweden were there reporting the event.

So thankful to those who attended! ❤ Photos by Déborah Siqueira de Oliveira and Maria Rydberg – thank you! pic.twitter.com/smPhkYyCJC

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