Army arrives in Huesca to help contain outbreak among seasonal workers

Daily coronavirus infections have rocketed in Catalonia. Huesca has asked for army assistance, and a step back has been suggested by the Mayor of Barcelona. 

Spanish army troops have already arrived in Aragon, and they will be studying infrastructures to house infected people.

The government and autonomous communities are also looking to make plans to allow parallel legal protocol to contain future outbreaks throughout the land.

The Ministry of Health is set to meet today via videoconference to approve an early response plan to keep control of the pandemic. Castilla & Leon will be requesting a common legal practice for all communities that will allow rapid confinement, and quick decision making.

The document, which compiles measures that are already underway, in coordination with the regional authorities, evaluates the risk of localized outbreaks or increases in transmission involving activation of a rapid response.

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