Spain’s coronavirus death toll shows signs of flattening

Spain’s coronavirus death toll shows signs of flattening

471 more people died from coronavirus in Spain, bringing the total to 12,418 deaths, according to figures released early Sunday. The deaths represent among the lowest increase since March 26. Recent data has also pointed to a slowing growth in the number of active cases. The country has extended the ongoing state of alarm for another two weeks, until April 26.

KCooper
KCooper
Skeptic
Skeptic 1 months

This sounds like wonderful news. I hope a sign of things to come in U.S. now that social distancing and other measures are in place.

Darth Vader
Darth Vader 1 months

Hopefully this a good sign of things to come

Fin
Fin 1 months

Keep going down... A little breathing space Spain.. Great job

Bart De Bock
Bart De Bock 1 months

I dont actuallu trust the spanish government too much, of all the governments here they seem like one of the most authoritharian. I hope this is true though

Tencent owns Spotify
Tencent owns Spotify 1 months

Weird flex, but ok.

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