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Although the governments of Italy and Spain aren’t saying it for fear of retribution, their current situation had been somewhat exacerbated by the use of Chinese test kits that produced more than 70% of people having false negatives.

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I eat Spanish and live in Spain. I am outraged at my government.

In Spain the government did nothing until March 9. Because it promoted the March 8th marches. Intentional Day of the Working Woman. Where massive demonstrations were promoted in excess of 130,000 people.

Almost all ministers, senior government officials and even the president's wife. They've tested positive for the coronavirus. And today the country's top health official. And a senior police officer working for the president at Moncloa. They also tested positive.

Criminal charges are already being filed against the government by the prosecutor's office. Pedro Sanchez and Pablo Iglesias have a hard time escaping this situation. A few measures in time would have saved thousands of lives. And more so having seen the pandemic spread through Italy a week earlier.

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