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Spanish authorities: 102.000 fines and 926 arrests for breaking rules of lockdown

Spanish authorities: 102.000 fines and 926 arrests for breaking rules of lockdown

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  1. I guess when u wanna fuck you wanna fuck.

  2. Tomorrow’s news: 100% of police force in Spain infected with Covid; City in complete entropy.

  3. > Civil Guard associations have been complaining that they lack proper personal protective equipment, such as masks and gloves, and lament the deaths among their ranks and the number of officers who are being forced to take sick leave.

    This seems a far bigger problem.

  4. I don’t understand why people are willing to destroy their lives just for the sake of a fraction of the elderly… who will die in a year or two anyway from their existing medical conditions.

    If this virus is completely suppressed, the wait for a vaccine is 18 months. Existing flu vaccines are only 50-70% effective and need to be readministered anyway.

    In 18 months Spain will cease to exist as a country. Children will go without education, businesses will fail, couples will divorce, the fertility rate will be even lower than it is.

    Wilful economic destruction for nothing.

  5. Bit of a mathematical-convention-tangent side note… but why do Europeans insist upon having really weird decimal point usage?!

    (They even use commas in place of decimal points in some regions.)

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