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For the first time since before Spain introduced wide-reaching lockdown measures in mid-March, the country on Sunday reported less than 100 new novel coronavirus infections.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media.
According to the country's Ministry of Health, 96 more people tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, nearly 200 less than on Friday.
In total, the number of confirmed cases in Spain was reported as 239,429 -- the fifth highest in the world.
Spain has now conducted more than 2.5 million coronavirus lab tests and the country's testing capacity rose by 14% in the last week, health officials said.
In total, Spain counts 27,127 deaths from the infectious disease -- up two from Saturday.
2020.06.01 / 09:33