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        Spain’s daily coronavirus death toll lowest in 6 weeks, offering sign of hope

        An elderly man, wearing a face mask, walks in Madrid during the hours allowed by the government to exercise, for the first time since the beginning of a national lockdown to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease.
        An elderly man, wearing a face mask, walks in Madrid during the hours allowed by the government to exercise, for the first time since the beginning of a national lockdown to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease.(GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP via Getty Images)

        Spanish authorities confirmed 164 new deaths from coronavirus on Sunday, the lowest daily increase the country has seen in about six weeks.

        The overall death toll of nearly 25,500 is still one of the highest in the world, but the dwindling figures offered a sign of hope after a long streak of bad news.

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        As the country slowly eases restrictions on outdoor activities, Spaniards ventured out over the weekend for the first time since a nationwide lockdown went into effect on March 14.

        Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez said people deserve some relief after being confined for so long, but he urged the public to remain vigilant.

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        “Until we have a vaccine, we are going to see more outbreaks,” he said. “What we need to guarantee is that these outbreaks do not put our national health system in danger.”

        Spain’s health officials also reported 356 new coronavirus cases on Sunday, the smallest increase in nearly two months. That brings the overall number of confirmed cases to about 217,500, the highest in Europe and the second highest in the world, behind only the U.S.

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        Fernando Simón, Spain’s director for health emergencies, said in a news briefing Sunday that the low increase puts the country “in a very good situation” that was only possible because of “all the effort we have all made to control the transmission and avoid a major impact in our health system.”

        With News Wire Services

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