Europe’s effort to turn back a resurgent pandemic seems to be starting to pay off.
A second wave of infections starting in late summer again made Europe the center of the pandemic. Governments responded by gradually tightening restrictions on daily life and their economies over the fall, culminating in recent weeks with the reimposition of nationwide lockdowns similar—if less stringent—to those put in place in the spring.
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