No New Coronavirus Deaths in Spain for 24 Hours


Spain was hit hard by the coronavirus, with a peak death toll of 950 deaths in 24 hours at the beginning of April. The country enacted one of the strictest lockdowns worldwide and, as of today, have had no new coronavirus linked deaths in the past 24 hours for the first time since March. With only 71 new cases of the virus across the country, Spain is well on its way to recovery. The official death toll is 27,127, with the number of confirmed cases listed at 240,000. In wake of this news the lockdown restrictions are gradually being relaxed, but the Spanish government warns that the threat isn’t gone and the restrictions could be tightened again.

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