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A number of countries have announced or are set to announce tighter/longer COVID-19 restrictions:
- In France, cafes and restaurants are set to remain closed until 6 April at the earliest according to Le Point.
- In Germany, lockdown restrictions have been extended to 14 February, and rules around masks have been tightened. Individuals are set to be required to wear surgical grade disposable masks, FFP2 masks or better in shops and on public transport, with cloth masks and scarves covering the nose and mouth not deemed adequate.
- In the Spanish autonomous communities of Catalonia, Valencia, Asturias, Galicia, and Navarre are all bringing in tighter restrictions, with all hospitality closed, curfews in place, and in Catalonia individuals confined to their municipality.
- The Netherlands and Denmark are set to bring in curfews and other tighter restrictions to halt spread of British and South African variants.