COVID-19: Spain’s Princess Maria Teresa Becomes First Royal To Die From Coronavirus

Mumbai: Spain’s Princess Maria Teresa poses as the first coronary accident of fatal coronavirus as COVID-19 hit the country with a total of 5,690 casualties.

In a Facebook post, his brother, Prince Sixto Enrique de Bourbon, Duke of Orange, reported that his 86-year-old sister died this Thursday and was cremated on Friday.

The princess, a member of the House of Bourbon-Parma, the cadet arm of the Spanish House family, was noted for her straightforward opinions and activism, which earned her the nickname “Red Princess”. She is survived by several nieces and nephews.

Meanwhile, Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced strict lockdown measures on Saturday that would force all non-essential workers to stay home for the next two weeks, as the government reported 832 new coronavirus deaths overnight .

According to the global news agency, as Spain prepared to enter its third week of lockdown, hospitals and morgues struggled under pressure and the infection progressed from 64,059 to 72,248 days earlier.

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