Spain registered 410 more COVID-19 deaths on Sunday, according to the Ministry of Health, bringing the country’s official death toll to 20,453.

This is the lowest number of daily deaths since March 22.

In total, 195,944 people in Spain have tested positive for the virus — up by 4,218 from yesterday. Of the confirmed cases, 77,357 people have recovered.

On Saturday night, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced in an address to the nation his plans to extend the lockdown until May 9. From there, he said there would be a “cautious and progressive” relaxation of quarantine measures.

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