#childsafety | ! Murcia Today – Spain Records Nine Covid Deaths And 99 Cases On 30th June, An Increase Compared To Yesterday

Date Published: 30/06/2020

Madrid and Catalonia have recovered their habitual positions at the top of the new cases list

Spain records nine Covid deaths and 99 cases on 30th June, an increase compared to yesterday

The Spanish Ministry of Health has confirmed 99 new cases on Tuesday, the second consecutive day below one hundred after the two communities with the most numerous outbreaks (Aragon and Andalusia), reported only a dozen new cases.

 

The Community of Madrid and Catalonia, with 29 and 26 new cases respectively, have recovered the top positions which they have held habitually throughout the crisis as the number of new cases in Aragón drops back, with the recent outbreak apparently under control.

 

The official number of coronavirus cases since the epidemic began is nearly at a quarter of a million now, with 249,271 cases confirmed by PCR swab and IgM antibody tests.Click for detailed info

 

This Tuesday the number of deaths from the epidemic has also slightly increased by 9 new deaths, bringing the total figure to 28,335.

 

The Community of Madrid has registered the most new infections, with 29. It is followed by Catalonia (26), Aragon (10) and Andalusia (9). Other regions with new cases; Balearic islands 4, Castilla la Mancha 1, Castilla y León 2, Comunidad valenciana 6, Extremadura 3, Galicia 3, Murcia 4 and the Basque Country 2.

 

At a European level, Russia continues to be the country with the most infections (647,849). It is followed by the United Kingdom (311,965), Spain (249,271), Italy (240,436), Turkey (198,613) and Germany, with 194,259 positives.

 

The confirmed cases worldwide amount to 10,117,687, according to the Ministry of Health, with a total of 502,278 deaths. The United States, has the highest figures with 2,545,250 followed by Brazil (1,368,195), India (566,840), Peru (282,365) and Chile (275,999).


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