Europe (INL): Spanish Princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon Parma dies of coronavirus infection. She is the first royal person to die of coronavirus. Maria Teresa died in Paris, France on March 26 last. Fox News reports that the sister of King Philip VI of Spain (Cousin) about 86-year-old Maria Teresa. Her brother Prince Enrique de Bourbon Duke of Arrancuife said in a Facebook post that Maria Teresa died of coronavirus infection. Maria’s brother writes, ‘My sister Maria Teresa de Bourbon has died in Paris at the age of 86 after suffering from coronavirus.’
A few weeks ago King Philip VI of Spain tested negative for coronavirus. Maria died just weeks after that. Maria Teresa was born on July 28, 1933. She studied in France. She also taught in the sociology department at Sorbonne in Paris and Complutense University in Madrid. She became known as the ‘Red Princess’ as a clear-cut and social activist.
The death toll in the coronavirus in Italy exceeds 10,000
The death toll in the coronavirus in Italy exceeds 10,000. According to Saturday 28th March, 889 people have been added to the list of dead in the country in 24 hours. Earlier, the country had the highest number of casualties in 24 hours. Qatar-based Al Jazeera reported Saturday that the country’s Corona death toll stood at 10,023.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, the number of coronaviruses detected in Italy so far was 92472. Of these, only 12,384 were healed. Meanwhile in Spain, 823 people were killed in 24 hours on Saturday. Coronavirus death toll in this country stands at 5690. Spain’s health ministry said the information.