Spain’s daily coronavirus death toll has dropped below a hundred for the first time in two months.
Authorities on Sunday said another 87 people had died with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, which is a huge drop from the more than 900 deaths a day during the disease’s peak.
It is also the lowest daily number of deaths since 16 March – recorded several days after the country first declared a state of emergency.
Fernando Simon, head of health emergency coordination in Spain, warned the latest figures could be affected by a delay in recording deaths due to the “weekend effect”, but assured a downward trend was still in progress.
He said Sunday’s drop in numbers to under 100 was “good news”.
Spain is one of the hardest hit countries in the world by the coronavirus, with 277,719 infections recorded among its population of 47 million.
A total of 27,650 people have died with the disease.
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