Spain registered 399 more deaths on Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 victims in the country to 20,852, according to the Health Ministry.

This is the lowest daily death toll registered in the country since March 22.

On Monday, the country also passed the 200,000 mark for confirmed cases, after finding another 4,266 infections. Spain has the second-most cases in the world, after the United States.

Sunday, when the daily death toll dipped to 410, emergency health chief Fernando Simon said the data “gives us hope,” but added the caveat that data from the weekends can be delayed. Yesterday

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