Spain has revised its coronavirus death toll down by nearly 2000 due to some fatalities being counted twice.
The toll now stands at more than 26,800 rather than the 28,700 reported before.
In addition to some deaths being counted twice, others had originally been notified as suspected or probably cases of Covid-19 which were subsequently not confirmed, officials said.
Spain – one of the worst affected countries – continues to relax its lockdown measures. From 1 July, foreign visitors to the country will no longer have to undergo a two-week quarantine.