Fatalities in Spain pass the 2,600 mark
The number of people to die with Covid-19 in Spain has risen to more than 2-thousand-600.
That's an increase of more than 500 in a day.
There's a state of emergency in the country, with lockdown measures limiting travel and tourism.
Most airport terminals in Madrid and Barcelona are closing, after a big drop in passengers.
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