Spain Coronavirus (COVID-19) Live Stats

Total Confirmed Cases:
297625 (+442)

Total Deaths:
28752 (-)

Total Recovered:
196958 (-)

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Trending Coronavirus News in Spain

As Spain reopens after the COVID-19 crisis, its banking industry is seizing the opportunity to shrink its swollen branch network which has long been a drag on profitability, with just four banks so far planning at least 800 branch closures this year.
Spain is preparing a 150 billion euro (135.32 billion pounds) investment plan to be financed by European Union funds that will help the country's economy recover from the coronavirus, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Friday.
During the lockdown, Sonia Garcia gave birth to her fourth child in an impoverished part of Seville known as Spain's poorest neighbourhood which has been devastated by the virus. "What I want is to get out of here,
The Standard Digital7/2/2020
Spain will approve 50 billion euros ($56.4 billion) as part of a new set of measures aimed at boosting companies' investment capacity and solvency in an attempt to revive the coronavirus-hit economy,
The end of the coronavirus lockdown in Spain failed to bring a surge in employment as government data showed that the 900,000 jobs lost at the pandemic's peak had not been regained, while the tourism sector has not yet returned to regular activity.
Mexico's health ministry on Tuesday reported 5,681 new cases of coronavirus infection and 741 additional fatalities, bringing the total in the country to 231,770 cases and 28,510 deaths.
Neighbours Spain and Portugal reopened their border on Wednesday to all travellers after a three-month closure to prevent the spread of coronavirus, bringing relief to local business owners who have struggled to make ends meet without tourism.
The coronavirus has infected more than 10.4 million people around the world as of Tuesday, killing at least 509,516 people.
THE coronavirus outbreak at the Red Cross in Malaga has seen 12 more positives cases since Sunday, taking the number of positive cases to more than 100. The outbreak of coronavirus recorded at the Red Cross Reception,
Olive Press6/30/2020
A different type of coronavirus testing can help researchers determine when the novel virus arrived in a community. Researchers from Spain studied wastewater samples from Barcelona going back to

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