Tourism Confidence in Spain Rises Thanks to Declining New Coronavirus Cases & Fatalities

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Declining Covid-19 cases increases Spain's appeal as a safe holiday destination again. CREDIT: Pixabay

Spain’s ‘holiday’ appeal is rising again thanks to the continued decline of coronavirus cases and fatalities in the country from Costa del Sol to Costa Blanca.

THE number coronavirus cases and fatalities in Spain continue to decline, with just 48 new cases registered in last 24 hours, and 26 Covid-19 fatalities during the last week. The total number of coronavirus cases registered in the country now exceeds 243,928,300.

Of the 48 new coronavirus cases registered in the country, a quarter of these cases pertain to Madrid, as reported. There were 12 new cases registered in Madrid, eight in Valencia, seven in Catalonia, four in Aragón, three in Andalucía, Castilla y León and the Basque Country, two in Cantabria and Extremadura and just one in Galicia, Melilla, Murcia and La Rioja. There were no cases registered in Asturias, Baleares, Canarias, Castilla La Mancha, Ceuta and Navarra in the last 24 hours.

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Spain has suffered 26 Covid-19 fatalities during the last week, taking the country’s death toll to 27,136. There were six deaths from the disease in Madrid, followed by four in Castilla y León, three in Asturias, Castilla La Mancha and the Basque Country, two in Catalonia and just one in Andalucía, Aragón, Valencia, Extremadura and Murcia.

With Covid-19 figures successfully decreasing, and Spain opening up its borders sooner than expected, it’s no wonder that holiday interest and reservations interest are creeping up in places like the Costa del Sol, as reported. #costadelsol #tourism #costablanca #spaintourism 





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