Spanish Princess Maria Teresa Passed Away!!
Princess María Teresa of Spain has turned 86 after testing positive for coronavirus. The princess of the Borbon-Parma royal family of Spain died yesterday, announced by her younger brother, Prince Sixtus Enrique de Borbón-Parma.
She was born in Paris, France, on July 28, 1933, to parents, Prince Xavier and Madeleine de Borbon, who had a total of six children. The Royals are members of the House of Borbon-Parma, a cadet branch of the Spanish royal family, which descended from the dynasty of French carpets. A cadet branch is created when a young member of a royal family, who is not the current heir, receives their land and titles.
Family members once ruled as the King of Etruria until 1859, and as the Duke of Parma and Piacenza, Guastella, and Lucca. Princess Maria did not have a child of her own. But she is survived by many nieces and nephews, including Prince Charles of Bourne-Parma, the Duke of Parma and Piacenza, Princess Margaret, and Prince James.
Prince Charles, 71, was diagnosed with a “mild” form of the disease. He is at Balmoral Estate with his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who has tested negative and has no symptoms of the virus, which has so far killed 435 and more than 8,200 people in the UK.
COVID-19 breaks the record in Spain!!!
This occurs when Spain recorded a record number of deaths from coronavirus in a single day, and now the military has been assigned emergency powers to move bodies because Undertaker cannot cope. The number of Covid-19 deaths in the past 24 hours is 832, it emerged this morning when the country died 5,690 since the outbreak began.
Today’s count defeats the previous Spanish record for a day of 769 coronaviruses that were recorded on Friday. This places Spain firmly in second place, with 3,295 as the most affected nation ahead of China. The number of new cases of coronavirus registered in the last 24 hours is 8,000.
Statistics from the Spanish Ministry of Health indicate that 72,248 people have been infected, 40,630 require hospitalization, 4,575 people have been admitted to intensive care and 12,285 people have been cured of the disease.
Only the single-day death situation in Italy is worse than in Spain, with 969 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours between Thursday and Friday. Health officials hope it will soon be clear if the blockade is having the desired effect. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, whose wife is infected with the virus, previously said it was the most difficult time in the country since the 1936-1939 war. Other generations in Spain have never suffered so much collectively, respectively.