Coronavirus Outbreak in Spain

Coronavirus outbreak in Spain, more than 100 deaths in 24 hours, 2000 new Covid19 cases reported


Coronavirus Outbreak: In the last 24 hours in Spain, 2,000 new cases of infection with the coronavirus have been reported, while more than 100 people have died. Spain has completely shut down the country to fight the Coronavirus, following the path of Italy. There is a restriction on people leaving home for work, medical services or buying food.


The Spanish military has also been mobilized to deal with the Coronavirus crisis and assure necessary supplies, while a 50 percent decrease in the services of intercity trains and buses has been observed, as confirmed cases of coronavirus in Spain exceed 8,000. Has occurred. Spain has the highest incidence of infections in Europe after Italy.

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s wife Covid-19 positive

Begona Gomez, now the wife of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, has also been found infected with Covid-19, after the wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Spain made this announcement late on Saturday (March 14) when a few hours earlier it announced the closure of the country almost completely.

According to the news agency Xinhua, the government said in a statement late Saturday (March 14) that both Gomez and Sanchez are in good condition and are following the preventive measures put forth by health officials at their official residence.

724 people lost their lives in Iran

On the other hand, in Coronavirus in Iran, 113 more people died in a single day. Iran announced this on Sunday (15 March). This is the first case of so many deaths in a single day in this country affected by virus infection. After these deaths, the death toll in Iran rose to 724. Health Ministry spokesman Kianosh Jahanpore said, “People should cancel all travel and stay home so that we can see an improvement in the situation in the coming days”.

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In view of rising cases of Coronavirus, Masjid Al Aqsa, the third most litigated place in Islam, has been closed. The mosque director Sheikh Omar Kiswani said on Sunday that the namaz would be out and the mosque was closed indefinitely. Explain that Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem is the third holiest place in Islam, after Masjid Al Haram (Khana-e-Kaaba) in Mecca, Saudi Arabia and Al Nabwi in Medina.

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