Andorra might be very small, but during the current pandemic the country is making enormous efforts and taking unusual measures to get back on its feet soon.
Too many people in Spain don’t seem to take the current pandemic seriously enough, even though it has already killed almost 26,000 people all over the country.
With the strictest confinement measures slowly coming to an end in Spain, I would like to share a few personal experiences that I had during these odd last six weeks.
President Trump’s handling of this pandemic has been erratic, but not nearly as bad as his many critics say.
As the coronavirus is still spreading across neighboring Japan, Taiwan took the decision to donate two million surgical masks to the country.
Censorship or at least the limitation of free speech is a growing problem in Spain.
The WHO, theoretically only responsible for public health worldwide, also gets heavily involved in political disputes around the globe.
Obviously, not everybody in Spain is taking this devastating epidemic seriously.