REPORT: Death toll in Spain rises by record number in one day

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BY TEAM DML / MARCH 29, 2020 /

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Spain’s coronavirus death toll rose by 838 in one day, officials reported on Sunday, its largest increase during the pandemic.

Spain’s total number of coronavirus deaths climbed to 6,528, as the country enters its third week of almost total shutdown to stop the spread of the virus, Reuters reported. The number of infections also jumped by 6,549 overnight to reach 78,797.

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Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced Saturday in a television address that all non-essential workers needed to stay home for two weeks between March 30 and April 9. While their salaries would remain the same, these workers would be expected to catch up on lost hours at a later time, according to Reuters.

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