Germany's foreign ministry has issued travel warnings for Spanish regions Aragon, Catalonia and Navarre, Reuters reported on Friday.
The data published by the Spanish health ministry showed on Thursday that the number of confirmed cases in the country rose by 1,229, highest daily increase since the lockdown ended on June 21st, to 285,430.
Germany's DAX 30 Index largely ignored this development and was last seen gaining 0.82% on the day at 12,480. Meanwhile, the EUR/USD pair continues to trade with modest daily gains near 1.1850.
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