Spain’s Coronavirus Deaths Remain Stable 

(Bloomberg) --

Spain recorded a stable number of new coronavirus deaths Friday, as the nation begins gradually relaxing a strict lockdown regime after weeks of confinement.

The number of fatalities rose by 281 to 24,824 in the 24 hours through Friday, compared with Thursday’s of 268, according to Health Ministry data. Total infections rose by 1,175 to 215,216, after the previous gain of 1,309. The figures include an adjustment on how previous new cases were counted in the Madrid region, the ministry said.

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