Coronavirus: COVID-19 cases in Spain and Germany rise by nearly 3,000 overnight
The number of coronavirus cases in Germany and Spain have risen by nearly 3,000 in each country overnight.
Spain's health emergencies chief Fernando Simon has said the number of dead there has increased from 767 to 1,002.
There are 19,980 cases in Spain, up from 17,147 on Thursday.
The number of cases in Germany rose by nearly 3000 to 13,957 overnight, a government agency in the country has confirmed.
The Robert Koch Institute, which is responsible for disease control and prevention, has recommended people keep their distance to limit the spread of coronavirus.