Spain adds 38,273 COVID-19 cases since Friday, off peaks


MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s tally of coronavirus infections rose by 38,273 on Monday from Friday’s levels to hit a cumulative total of 1,496,864 in a new retreat from a weekend peak of over 55,000 reported on Nov. 2, health ministry data showed.


The death toll rose by 484 to a total of 41,253.

Spain, one of the hardest-hit countries by COVID-19, at the end of October imposed a six-month state of emergency, giving regions legal backing to implement curfews and restrict travel.

(Reporting by Andrei Khalip; Editing by Isla Binnie)

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