Spain saw a daily decline in the number of people who died from the coronavirus pandemic for the third time in a row when the country recorded another 674 deaths on Sunday.
The Ministry of Health said the total number of deaths is now 12,418, the highest worldwide after Italy since the pandemic hit China in December.
The 674 deaths, well below the 950 record recorded on April 2, represented an increase of 5.7 percent in the last 24 hours, compared to a 30 percent jump on the last day.
The number of infections rose 4.8 percent to 130,759, indicating a spread slowdown of 8.2 percent on April 1 and 14 percent 10 days ago.
The number of people who are said to have recovered has increased by 11 percent and is over 38,080.
The authorities believe that the spread of the virus has stabilized, but have decided to strictly block the 46.6 million people in Spain from March 14 to midnight on April 25.
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