For the first time since March 16, Spain’s one-day death toll from the novel coronavirus dropped below 100.
Spain reported 87 new deaths on Sunday, bringing the total deaths in the country from the pandemic to 27,650.
The country’s Health Ministry reported 652 new cases.
Spain has had 231,350 confirmed COVID-19 cases, which is the fifth most cases globally after the U.S., Russia, the U.K. and Brazil, according to data from Johns Hopkins.
Fernando Simon, chief of emergency response, said the rate of transmission is low, “which makes us think that we are in a favorable situation,” but that a second wave is possible.