Spain’s daily virus death toll drops under 400

MADRID (HRNW) – Spain said 399 people died of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours in what was the lowest daily number of deaths in four weeks, the government said on Monday.

The latest figures, which showed a slight drop from Sunday when 410 people died, brought further relief to a country which has suffered the third-highest number of virus deaths in the world after the United States and Italy.

“Today for the first time we ve fallen under 400 deaths, although it s only a little lower (than Sunday), these figures give us hope,” said Fernando Simon, the health ministry s emergencies coordinator.

The data also showed cases rising to 200,210 in Spain, which ranks second in the world in terms of infections after outpacing Italy at the start of April.


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