The confirmed cases in the country have exceeded 204,000
The increased number of deaths in the last 24 hours is probably due to the delayed addition of weekend data from areas of the country and is usually observed every Tuesday.
In all, 21,282 people have died in Spain, one of the worst-hit countries in the world, with more than 204,000 confirmed cases.
Health officials, who were severely tested at the beginning of the epidemic due to deficiencies in protective equipment, have recorded 31,788 cases of coronary heart disease.
The number of survivors is 82,518. The head of the Spanish Coordinating Center for Epidemiology, epidemiologist Fernando Simon, said the clear trend had shown a declining trend in the number of deaths, although the number was still worrying. In early April, Spain counted about 900 deaths daily.
The strict restrictive measures applied in the country have been extended until May 9. However, the house blockade will be eased on April 27, as children will be allowed to go out to get air under conditions that will be determined today by the government.