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Coronavirus: Spain’s downward death toll trend Indicates the worst is over

Spain enrolled 378 brand new deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday, eleven over the day before.

The entire death toll currently stands in 22,902 that is the planet’s third-highest tally following the United States and Italy.

“We have conquered the toughest stage, the most vital stage of the disease, thanks largely to the attempt of the entire Spanish society,” government spokeswoman Maria Jesus Montero told a news briefing on Friday.

The army was helping hospitals and have been organizing the supply of security equipment to medical employees throughout the nation.

They have been forcing to and from physicians and aided in the challenging job of transporting the deceased to temporary mortuaries.

On Sunday kids will receive their initial new air in weeks when a complete ban on allowing them outdoors is relaxed.

After 44 times indoors, they will be allowed outside for an hour no farther than a kilometer from home.