Madrid vs New York: a tale of two cities during COVID-19
Differing approaches to easing lockdown have seen the cities' fortunes diverge. They were epicentres of the pandemic when it started. Seven months later, the Spanish capital is in a state of deja vu with rising infection rates and divided opinions on what measures to adopt. New York, on the other hand, seems to have things somewhat under control. Daniel Dombey, Joshua Chaffin and John Burn-Murdoch report for the Financial Times.
From Financial Times