New coronavirus cases in Spain have steadily increased since the country eased lockdown measures on June 21, but the country is now seeing daily coronavirus figures similar to April, when the country starting flattening the curve. Spain reported over 5,700 new cases Tuesday and more than 8,500 cases Monday, according to John Hopkins University data. A reported 60 percent of the country’s new cases have come out of Madrid and Aragon, a region located in the north east. SPAIN'S CORONAVIRUS INFECTION RATE HAS TRIPLED IN LAST THREE WEEKS, OFFICIALS SAYSpain was largely able to staunch the spread of the virus between the months of May and June, but by early July, new daily coronavirus cases were increasing, contributing to the country’s nearly 306,000 confirmed cases and 28,500 dead. Spanish authorities have not yet issued any lasting lockdown measures as originally instated earlier this year, but continue to watch the daily data.
Source: Fox News August 06, 2020 02:15 UTC