Spain reports 6,600 new coronavirus cases overnight, over 500 dead

MADRID (Reuters) - The number of new coronavirus cases in Spain jumped on Tuesday to 39,673 from 33,089 cases registered on Monday, the health ministry reported on Tuesday. The number of fatalities rose to 2,696 overnight from 2,182, the ministry said.

Reuters March 25, 2020 00:16:03 IST
Spain reports 6,600 new coronavirus cases overnight, over 500 dead

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MADRID (Reuters) - The number of new coronavirus cases in Spain jumped on Tuesday to 39,673 from 33,089 cases registered on Monday, the health ministry reported on Tuesday.

The number of fatalities rose to 2,696 overnight from 2,182, the ministry said.

(Reporting by Inti Landauro and Nathan Allen)

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