Spain reports first coronavirus death in Valencia


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  • Wednesday, 04 Mar 2020

MADRID (Reuters) - A man in the Spanish region of Valencia has died from coronavirus, marking the country's first death from the outbreak, a local health official said on Tuesday.

Tests carried out post-mortem showed the man, who died on Feb. 13, was killed by the virus, regional health chief Ana Barcelo told a press conference.

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