MADRID — Spain has registered a fourth consecutive day of fewer than 100 deaths from the coronavirus.
That’s down from more than 900 fatalities a day at the height of its outbreak in early April.
The Spanish Health Minister reported 95 confirmed deaths from COVID-19 Wednesday, taking the overall death toll to 27,888.
The health ministry also reported 416 new infections over the last 24 hours confirmed by laboratory tests. More than 232,000 infections have been confirmed by laboratory tests, and 49,600 Spaniards have tested positive from an antibody test.
Spain is edging toward reactivating its economy, and wearing a face mask is mandatory while outside the home.