Record number of dead in Spain Coronavirus: 950 a day

The total number of dead there is 10,003 – and the state continues to count more and more victims. In the United States, the situation is even worse – and there are 1,049 dead in one day – more than any other country in the world.

The Coronavirus continues to kill victims around the world, and another deadlock in one day breaks down: The number of dead from the Covid-19 in Spain has risen by only 950 a day – the country reported Thursday. The total number of dead in Spain stands at 10,003 – after only 9,053 yesterday. Just the other day, 864 deaths were recorded in Spain in one day – which was considered a peak until then, but in the last day the number of dead in one day reached 950 and the record was broken again.

The number of dead and sick continues to rise in other countries around the world – with one of the major worries at this stage being the United States. More than 4,300 deaths and deaths have been recorded in the country and more than 200,000 viruses have been infected throughout America.

After the deadly 24 hours of death in the United States reached 1,049 people – a daily record compared to any other state – the White House estimates the number of coronavirus patients to die will reach 200,000. As a result, the Pentagon has sought to produce 100,000 sacks of corpses to be used in the event of the epidemic Out of control, the ambition is to triple the existing sacks. In the state of Connecticut, tonight they announced the death of just a six-month-old baby due to the infection of the coronavirus – and he is probably the youngest victim to die from the disease in the world. It was not reported if the baby who died had any background illness.

David T

David T is a french Medical student, during its free time, he is writing for The Medical Progress and helping us to understand better the Coronavirus.

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