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Spain counts 832 deaths in 24 hours as toll surges to 5,690: govt

PTI | Madrid | Updated: 28-03-2020 16:45 IST | Created: 28-03-2020 16:34 IST
Spain counts 832 deaths in 24 hours as toll surges to 5,690: govt
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The death toll in Spain surged over 5,600 on Saturday after a record 832 people died in 24 hours, and the number of infections soared over 72,000, the government said

Spain has the world's second-highest coronavirus death toll after Italy with 5,690 fatalities. The number of cases have jumped to 72,248 as the country moves to significantly increase testing.

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