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US citizens are waving goodbye to Spain as the country declared a state of emergency and President Trump sharply restricted travel to the United States from more than two dozen European countries.
After three days of quarantine measures, Madrid’s public transport was deserted, main roads were traffic-free and department stores in the city center were almost empty.
Schools, libraries and theaters were closed, with even outdoor playgrounds sealed off.
Sarah Nagy and Graham Owen, from Montana, told CNN they were “thinking of leaving while we still can.”
“Our parents back home think it will be the same there soon, they would like us around,” they added.
[Original Source: CNN]