World Coronavirus: Spain lifts the ban on direct connections with Italy
Coronavirus: Number of deaths down in Italy
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS-ITALY-BALANCE SHEET: Coronavirus: Number of deaths down in Italy © Reuters / Guglielmo Mangiapane CORONAVIRUS: NUMBER OF DEATHS IN ITALY MILAN (Reuters) - The epidemic of new coronavirus killed 194 people in Italy in 24 hours, against 243 the day before, which brings the total toll to 30,395 dead, according to the last figures communicated Saturday by the Civil Protection. The number of new cases of contamination over a day is also decreasing.
SANTE-CORONAVIRUS-ESPAGNE: Coronavirus: Spain lifts the ban on direct connections with Italy
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain lifted on Tuesday the ban on direct air and sea connections with Italy that had been in effect since March 11 and has been maintained throughout the containment established to counter the spread of the new coronavirus.
This provision was published in the official bulletin.
Travelers from Italy must, however, like all visitors arriving from abroad, respect a compulsory "fortnight" in Spain, where the state of health emergency is still in force.
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Direct - In Brazil, the number of Covid-19 deaths continues to rise .
© MICHAEL DANTAS A cemetery in Manaus, Brazil. • The pandemic has killed more than 343,000 people worldwide, more than half of them in Europe. The United States is the most affected country in terms of number of deaths and cases, with more than 97,400 deaths now. In Latin America, the new epicenter of the pandemic, the situation is particularly alarming in Brazil (more than 22,000 deaths).