No new deaths from coronavirus registered in Spain

Few cars run in a street of Barcelona, Spain.

Madrid, (Asian independent) Spain didn’t register a single death from the coronavirus on Sunday, and the toll remained at 27,127, according to the data published by the country’s health authorities.

Fernando Simon, director of the Coordination Centre for Health Alerts and Emergencies at the Ministry of Health confirmed on Monday that they had “not received notification of anyone passing away yesterday (Sunday). That is very good news,” Xinhua news agency reported.

There was also a fall in new cases of COVID-19. The Health Ministry reported 71 new infections, 25 fewer compared with the 96 reported 24 hours earlier, taking the total to 239,638.