Coronavirus in Spain

Death toll from Coronavirus in Spain crosses 10 thousand after a record number of 950 deaths in the last 24 hours


The death toll from Coronavirus infection in Spain crossed 10,000 on Thursday (2 April). The government said that 950 more people died in the country in the last 24 hours, after which the number of dead has reached 10,003. Spain has the highest number of deaths due to the virus after Italy.


At the same time, more than five lakh cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Europe. According to the news agency AFP calculations based on official sources, 508,271 cases of coronavirus have been reported in this continent and 34,571 people have died. Worldwide, 9,40,815 cases of the virus have been reported and 47,836 people have died.

On the other hand, the head of Europe of the World Health Organization has said that statistics show that more than 95 percent of people who lost their lives to the coronavirus in the region were over 60 years of age. But Dr. Hans Kluge said that age alone is not the only risk in the disease.

“This assumption is factually incorrect that COVID-19 only affects older people,” said Kluge. In an online press conference in Copenhagen on Thursday (April 2), Kluge said, “Young people are not undefeated.” The United Nations Health Organization states that people under the age of 50 have moderate or severe infections.

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“Severe infections were also seen in teenagers and people around the age of 20 and many of them required intensive treatment while some unfortunately died,” said Kluge. , 30,098 people have died in Europe so far, most of whom were from Italy, France, and Spain.

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