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Spain's virus deaths leap; Prince Charles now infected

Mid-Day Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
The death toll in Spain from the Coronavirus shot up by more than 700 on Wednesday, surpassing China and is now second only to Italy as the pandemic spread rapidly in Europe, with even Britain's Prince Charles testing positive for the virus.

Spain recorded a record daily increase of 738 deaths, pushing it to 3,434 overall and...
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