Madrid: The number of new cases of coronavirus infection and new deaths in Spain is steadily declining, according to the daily statistics published by the Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Services on Sunday. New infections and infectious deaths have decreased for the third consecutive day, the ministry said. Between Saturday and Sunday, the number of new infections in the 24 hours is 6023 , which is about 1000 less than Saturday. The number of infected was 7,026 on Saturday and 1,472 on Friday. As of Sunday, the number of infected people in Spain has reached 1,30,759. Similarly, in Spain, 674 person has died of Covid-29 infection in the last 24 hours. Sunday’s death toll is 8% lower than the previous day. Meanwhile, the number of people hospitalized for the treatment of Covid-19 in Spain is 58,744, which is more than 1.132 the previous day. Likewise, about 6,861 people with complex infections are being treated in the intensive care room at ICU. In the last 24 hours, 329 people have been admitted to the ICU.For the third consecutive day in Spain.
The most affected areas of Spain are Madrid and the Catalan region. In Madrid, 4,941 people have died due to the virus infection and 37,584 people have been confirmed. In the Catalan area, 2,637 people have died and 26,032 have been infected. Similarly, the number of patients returning home after recovering in Spain by Sunday has risen to 38,080. This past day, 3,861 people have returned home from recovery.On Saturday, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro S ।nchez addressed the country live via television. In his address, he said that the alert against Covid-19 was announced on March 14, but that it would be extended by two more weeks to April 12, even though it was said to end on April 25. He said Spain should implement the same measures strictly in the next few weeks because of a general decline in the number of newly infected due to nationwide lockdowns. He warned that the fight against Corona would be successful if the citizen’s caution was taken for a few weeks after the state-issued directive expired. For the third consecutive day in Spain.
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