Thursday, 26 March 2020

Spain's coronavirus death toll is 3,647


Spain’s total death toll from the coronavirus Covid-19 has surpassed the official figure from China, becoming the 2nd highest in the world.

Spain deaths have risen by 738 in just 24 hours to a total of 3,434. This is a record spike for Spain.

Spain's prime minister will later ask MPs to extend his country’s state of emergency for another 2 weeks.

Lawmakers are expected to agree to Pedro Sánchez's request for additional lockdown measures.

As in many places around the world, the rules would be that people are banned from leaving home except for buying essential supplies and medicines, or for essential work.

March 25, 2020:

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU)

Coronavirus Total Deaths: 21,192

Deaths by Regions:

Italy 7,503
Spain 3,647
Hubei China 3,163
Iran 2,077
France 1,331
United Kingdom 465
Netherlands 356
Germany 206
New York City - USA 199
Belgium 178
Switzerland 153
South Korea 126
(more other countries also have deaths)


Read more details here:

March 26, 2020 How did Spain get its coronavirus response so wrong? - theguardian.com












March 25, 2020 Spanish portal praises Polish government's virus response - thefirstnews.com


March 14, 2020 Wuhan soccer team leaving Spain to escape virus - lethbridgenewsnow.com


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