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Coronavirus: 838 more deaths in Spain taking total to 6,528

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Coronavirus deaths in Spain have risen by 838 in the last 24 hours taking the death total to 6,528 after testing positive to Coronavirus.

Another 6,549 cases have been reported in the country, bringing the total there to 78,797.

The latest figures show that the daily number of deaths linked to coronavirus within Spain have more than double since last Sunday the total of those who had died was 394

The deaths within Spain rose from 100 to 1,000 much fast than Italy where tragically the death total stands at 10,023 who all tested positive for Covid-19. 

Here is a detailed breakdown of confirmed deaths in Spain over each day showing how the rate has rapidly increased. 

Sunday 29 March: 838

Saturday 28 March: 832

Friday 27 March: 769

Thursday 26 March: 655

Wednesday 25 March: 738

Tuesday 24 March: 514

Monday 23 March: 462

Sunday 22 March: 394

The advice within the UK remains the same, Stay at Home, Protect the NHS and Save Lives. 

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