The Ministry of Health of Spain said Sunday that it has registered an increase of six thousand 549 cases and 838 deaths, in the last 24 hours.
The total of confirmed cases in the nation in the iberian rises to 78 thousand 797, and the number of deaths stood at six thousand 528, according to official data.
The total number of discharges from patients recovered by coronaviruses is 14 thousand 709 people and four thousand 907 patients are admitted in Intensive Therapy. In the last 24 hours, the number of patients recovered was two thousand 424 persons, while 332 patients required admission to intensive care units (ICU).
The Community of Madrid has suffered three thousand 82 dead with coronavirus since the start of the epidemic, 325 of those deaths in the last 24 hours. Currently the number of hiv infections of Madrid is 22 thousand 677 people.
On the other hand, have increased at slower pace, patients have needed intensive care, a total of one thousand 429, an increase in 29 cases more than in the sabbath, while they are already seven thousand 491 cured. The deaths that occurred in Madrid represent 47.2% of the six thousand 528 deaths in the whole of Spain, according to data from the Ministry of Health.
The commissioner José Ángel González, Deputy Director-Operating (DAO) of the National Police stated that -since it entered into force the decree of the government of General Alarm – there has been a 760 arrests and that, in the last 24 hours, increasing by 8.7%.
José Manuel Santiago, brigadier-general and chief-of-staff of the Guardia Civil, for their part, stated that this Saturday is made in Spain, more than 3,700 complaints and arrested 13 people for resistance and disobedience. “We still find examples of lack of commitment”, he concluded.
The Council of Ministers held an extraordinary meeting to approve the stoppage of all the activities considered non-essential since this Monday, march 30, and until 9 April.
This Saturday, he arrived in Spain the first ship with about 1 million 200 thousand surgical masks acquired by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (Mitma) for the health personnel, workers in the transport sector and agents of the Security Forces and Bodies.