Italy & UK report spike in Covid-19 fatalities while Spain registers less than 100 coronavirus-related deaths for third consecutive day

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Both Italy and the UK have reported a spike in the number of Covid-19 related deaths in the last 24 hours.

Both Italy and the UK – two of the countries that have been the hardest hit by the pandemic in Europe – have registered a new spike in coronavirus-related deaths. 

ITALY registered 162 Covid-19 deaths today – 63 more than yesterday, while the UK’s death rate from the disease shot up to 545 – a shocking 385 more than Monday. In fact, the UK has suffered the most coronavirus-related deaths in Europe, now totalling 35,341, followed by 32,169 in Italy.

Spain, on the other hand, has registered three days of less than 100 Covid-19 deaths. Approximately 83 fatalities were recorded today – although higher than yesterday’s 59, the numbers have remained below 100 for the third consecutive day, with the country’s total Covid-19 death toll now standing at 27,778.

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Worldwide, however, more than 319,000 people have died from the disease, with 4.8 million people diagnosed with coronavirus across the globe, according to the Johns Hopkins University.

 

 




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