Raheem Kassam in The National Pulse reports on the latest on the crisis in Europe:

The French are shuttering. A national coronavirus lockdown for 15 days for just about everyone with the threat of a $150 fine for going out for non-essential reasons.

The Germans now consider the threat level to be “high”, and Europe, as a whole, is finally closing its external borders.

Italy and Spain, Austria, and the Czech Republic have strict measures in place, while Spain closed its land borders.

The Local reports that “[s]chools, universities and creches are closed in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal,  Romania, Russia, Slovakia,  Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine”.

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