A museum in Madrid as a refuge for Ukrainian works of art before the war | International

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The increase in covid infections that China is experiencing has put the European Union on guard, which “strongly” recommends its member states to require negative covid tests for “all passengers coming from China carried out no more than 48 hours before the exit” from the Asian country. To this is added that since this Sunday the country has reopened its borders after remaining practically sealed to the world for more than a thousand days. The possible new variants of China and how they may affect the population is the biggest cause for concern for the West.

In this installment of ART Europe Weekly ―the informative program produced by Arte that will be broadcast every week by EL PAÍS and that can be seen in its entirety in the video of this news―, the alert due to the explosion of covid cases in China is explained. Are there reasons to be alarmed? Some EU countries reintroduce checks at airports. This episode also deals with urban mobility. Electric scooter rental companies are in the crosshairs of some capitals. In addition, we bring more information about the refuge that the Thyssen museum in Madrid has given to some Ukrainian works of art threatened by the war.

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