Spain COVID-19 Deaths Drop To 18-day Low

Spain COVID-19 Deaths Drop To 18-day Low

Spain COVID-19 Deaths Drop To 18-day Low

The worldwide death toll is now over 103,000, with the number of infections worldwide topping 1.7 million, including more than 388,000 recovered patients. Spain, the European country with the most reported coronavirus infections, has confirmed 510 new deaths, the lowest daily toll since March 23, when the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.

Meanwhile, the United States has reported 2,108 coronavirus deaths in 24 hours, the highest daily increase in the country since the outbreak began, pushing the total US death toll to 18,777. Cases in the US topped 501,000 on Saturday.

The UK recorded 917 deaths in the last 24 hours, authorities said. "269,598 people have been tested of which 78,991 tested positive," the Department of Health reported.

"As of 5pm on April 10, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 9,875 have sadly died."

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