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Andorra expands COVID restrictions

Andorra has announced an extension to the establishments and events in which access control must be carried out.

Certificates must now be shown to access: nightlife venues, bars, restaurants and cafes, spas, cultural and sports facilities – including museums, libraries, cinemas and gyms, hairdressers and beauty salons, hotels and tourist accommodation, games rooms, social and health …

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The public transport fares in Catalonia will remain the same in 2022

The public transport fares in Catalonia will remain the same in 2022, as the Catalan government and Barcelona’s metropolitan area transport authority (ATM) have decided to not increase prices for a second year in a row.

The measure was announced by the Catalan vice president, Jordi Puigneró, after visiting the COP26.

“The fight against climate change needs …

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Polyphenol-rich diets improve leaky gut syndrome in the elderly

The increase of intestinal permeability is associated with factors such as ageing, food allergies and intolerances and unhealthy diets. This alteration causes a reduction of the gut integrity barrier that triggers the transit of potentially-toxic substances for the blood, and is related to the development of chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and even …

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Spanish bank Sabadell will fire at least 1,380 workers

This number could reach as high as 1,650.

The bank’s profits dropped by 99.7% in 2020 compared to a year prior, something it attributed to the Covid-19 crisis, the sale of troubled Caja Mediterráneo assets, and its restructuring plan in Spain and the United Kingdom. It also held unsuccessful merger talks with BBVA.

Founded in the Catalan …

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€288.53/MWh: 19th record-high cost since mid-July in Spain

Electricity prices to increase 26% in 24 hours, yet another all-time high on Thursday

The previous record was seen on Wednesday, days after surpassing €200 for the first time ever on October 1 by skyrocketing to €216.01 per MWh. This was a 14% jump on the previous all-time high, which was seen just two days earlier.

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