REPORT: Spain reports incredible number of deaths from coronavirus over last 24 hours
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A total of 738 people in Spain died from coronavirus-related illnesses in the past 24 hours, the largest increase in fatalities since the disease entered the country.
The number of COVID-19 deaths in Spain soared from 2,696 to 3,434 on Tuesday, according to the country’s health ministry. In total, Spain has registered 47,610 people who have tested positive for the virus — up from just 36,673 earlier on Tuesday.
The article goes on to state the following:
Spain — which has a population of roughly 46 million — touts the second highest tally of coronavirus-related deaths in the world. Italy, which is reporting a death toll of 6,820, has experienced the most deaths so far.
Here are the latest COVID-19 stats as of Wednesday 3 pm ET (time of publication of this story):
- Spain Coronavirus Cases: 47,610
- Spain Deaths: 3,434
- Spain Recovered: 5,367
- Global Coronavirus Cases: 459,793
- Global Deaths: 20,823
- Global Recovered: 113,778
US Coronavirus Cases: 62,777
US Deaths: 883
US Recovered: 392
The situation in Spain is so bad now that they are having to use a shopping mall as a morgue.
The death rate in Spain from corona virus is now 7.2%
The death rate in Italy is 10.1%
— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) March 25, 2020
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