For the second day in a row, Spain has seen a significant decline in the daily death toll from coronavirus, reporting 674 more fatalities on Sunday.

In all, 12,418 people have died of the virus in the country, with a total of 130,759 confirmed cases.

Spanish officials have recently suggested that the country is on the verge of reaching a peak of new infections, but the country is still braced for a future peak in fatalities.

The data released by the Spanish government accounts for people who died after being diagnosed with the disease, but actual figures could

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