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Coronavirus: why is Portugal being hit so hard?

By Michael Head, Senior Research Fellow in Global Health, University of Southampton
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Good news about COVID vaccines has been in abundance in the past few weeks. In the meantime, though, the pandemic continues to accelerate globally, with Europe accounting for 34% of new cases worldwide. One country in particular has been hit hard: Portugal.

Looking at the last two weeks’ data, Portugal has both the highest case rate (16,829 per million people) and death…

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