The last 24 hours of the pandemic in Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom – Executive Digest


The Spanish Ministry of Health has registered an additional 27,856 new infections since Friday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 888,968, according to data announced by the Spanish health authorities.

Madrid remains the autonomous community with the highest number of new infections, which is why a State of Emergency was declared last Friday.

Spain adds 195 more deaths to the official count, which means that the total figure is already around 33,124 deaths, according to this Monday’s balance sheet.

It should be taken into account that these data do not include those who died in nursing homes or who did not undergo the diagnostic test despite having symptoms compatible with the viral disease.


Italy has registered 4,619 infections with the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, as well as 39 new fatalities, according to the Italian Ministry of Health.

Since the covid-19 pandemic appeared in the country on 21 February, 359,569 infections have been reported, which have caused 36,205 deaths, according to Italian authorities.

The number of active cases in Italy is now 82,764, with 4,821 people admitted to hospitals, 302 more than on Sunday.

In turn, the number of inpatients in intensive care in the last 24 hours is 452, 32 more than the previous day.

The regions with the most cases detected on the last day were Lombardia with 646 daily infections, Campania with 662 new infections and Tuscany with 466 daily cases.

United Kingdom

The UK has reported 13,972 cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 617,688 since the pandemic began in the country, according to the British health ministry.

With regard to deaths, another 50 were counted, currently totaling 42,875 fatalities.

There are an additional 3,837 patients hospitalized in the last 24 hours, of which 442 are in intensive care units. The total is 148,118.

Globally, the Covid-19 pandemic has infected 37.6 million people, causing more than one million fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

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