Spain: No New Deaths from Coronavirus

Sure, there are no deaths, but that doesn’t mean you can go outside.


Spain on Monday reported no official deaths from the new coronavirus in a 24-hour period for the first time since March.

The development is “very, very encouraging,” emergency health response chief Fernando Simón said.

Also, Spain recorded only 71 new COVID-19 infections over the past 24 hours, he told a news conference.

“We are in a very good place in the evolution of the pandemic,” Simón said. “The statistics are following a trend. They are going in the right direction.”

Spain reported its first two deaths on March 3. Another was reported two days later. Spain’s number of infections and death jumped exponentially. On April 2, it recorded 950 deaths in 24 hours — the peak death toll.

The official death toll now stands at 27,127, with 240,000 confirmed cases.

And that number was always fake – including a bunch of old people who were going to die anyway.

Spain used the same backwards methods of calculating deaths as the CDC in America, and as most of Europe.

But hey – gotta keep that police state in place.