On Friday, 91 coronavirus patients had returned positive after discharge. The 1.7 million patients worldwide have already been surpassed
The World Health Organization is investigating some patients with Covid-19 who tested positive again after being discharged.
South Korean officials reported on Friday that 91 coronavirus patients had returned positive after discharge.
Spain added 510 new fatalities this Saturday, the lowest number of deaths in a day since March 23, when 462 deaths were recorded. The confirmed cases amount to 161,852 and the dead are 16,353, while almost 60,000 patients have been discharged.
The aforementioned Iberian country will serve as a test bench as it prepares for the reinstatement of non-essential workers who cannot carry out their activities from home on Monday.
For preventive purposes, the Government of Pedro Sánchez will distribute 10 million masks on public transport – at subway and commuter accesses and in the most important transport nodes in the country – starting Monday for all workers, but that their use does not will be required.
The Health Minister, Salvador Illa, recalled that the return to activity does not mean that the measures are relaxed. Spain registered 510 new fatalities on Saturday, the lowest number of deaths in a day since March 23, when 462 deaths were recorded.
The Spanish government regulated the opening of service stations to prevent them from closing even though they have few customers and decreed the extension until April 25 of controls at land borders with France and Portugal.
Worldwide, more than 103,000 people have died from the coronavirus and there are more than 1.7 million infected, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
The United States has surpassed half a million positives, with more than 2,000 deaths in 24 hours, and remains the country most affected by the pandemic with 501,615 cases and 18,777 deaths.
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