Those who died with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours stood at 143, the lowest number since March 18.

Spain has registered 143 deaths with COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, it is the lowest figure since March 18, according to data from the Ministry of Health. In addition, the new ones diagnosed by PCR are 621 and the new discharges amount to 2,214.

These data, which correspond to Saturday, can drag the weekend effect that has been shown throughout the evolution of the pandemic in Spain, which is tending downwards due to some delays in notifications. All in all, the downward trend is reinforced as, yesterday, the figure stood at 179 deaths, returning the curve below 200 deaths after that threshold was being exceeded for several days.

This Sunday, the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, holds the weekly conference with the regional presidents, where he has communicated the evolution of the disease. It is the conference before the majority of the autonomous governments begin to manage phase 1 of de-escalation.

This balance is just before a little more than half of the Spanish population begins phase 1 of de-escalation that ends the general confinement. Much of the territory begins on Monday the second stage of transition, except Madrid, most of Catalonia and Castilla y León, large areas of the Valencian Community and the provinces of Malaga and Granada. This phase allows mobility within the province or the designated sanitary areas as well as the opening of businesses to the public although with great capacity restrictions and numerous hygiene measures and physical distancing of people.


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