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A hilltop fortress town in Spain that cut itself off from the rest of the world in a bid to tackle coronavirus has not recorded a single case among its inhabitants.
Zahara de la Sierra sits high above the Andalusian countryside in southern Spain.
The article goes on to state the following:
On March 14, the same day Spain announced it was extending its state of alarm, the town’s mayor Santiago Galván, 40, blocked all but one of its five entrances.
Zahara de la Sierra has not reported a positive Covid-19 among its 1,400 inhabitants since it closed its borders over two weeks ago.
Zahara de la Sierra cut itself off from the world as coronavirus spread in Spain. There has not been a single recorded case of COVID-19 among its 1,400 inhabitants. https://t.co/C9RZHuhsZa
— Arizona Daily Star (@TucsonStar) April 3, 2020
Zahara de la Sierra town in southern Spain has no single COVID-19 case after blocking all entry points but one.
— Tuko.co.ke (@Tuko_co_ke) April 3, 2020
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