Canada Coronavirus: With 905 new contaminations, Spain crosses the barrier of 280,000 cases
Coronavirus cases rise in Alberta, Saskatchewan, B.C. as Canada reports 4 more deaths
Eighty-seven per cent of Canada's cases are considered recovered.More than 87 per cent of all cases are considered recovered while over 5,200 cases are active across Canada at the moment. Canada has conducted more than 4.2 million tests.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-SPAIN-ASSESSMENT: Coronavirus: With 905 new contaminations, Spain crosses the barrier of 280,000 cases
CASES MADRID (Reuters) - With 905 additional infections recorded in the last 24 hours, the total number of confirmed cases of contamination with the new coronavirus in Spain has climbed to 280,610, according to data released Tuesday by the Ministry of Health.
The death toll attributed to the epidemic now stands at 28,436, against 28,434 deaths announced the day before.
(Michael Susin; French version Juliette Portala, edited by Jean-Michel Bélot)
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