The local government of Spain's capital Madrid, Europe's second-largest affected country with the Coronavirus, has said that 8 out of every 10 people in the city may be victims of the Coronavirus.
The Coronavirus is spreading rapidly in Spain, and by the afternoon of March 20, the number of patients had risen to more than 18,000 and the death toll had risen to more than 830.
The country was partially locked down after arriving in Europe on the same day last week, with about half a thousand patients arriving, but then the country was completely locked down and now several cities, including Madrid, have been abandoned.
Although the Coronavirus is spreading from all parts of Spain, the number of patients coming from the capital and the largest city of Madrid is high.
In this regard, the mayor of the city, Isabel Diaz Ayuso, said the rapid spread of the Coronavirus in the city suggests that 8 out of 10 people in the city will soon become victims of the virus.
According to US broadcaster CNN, Madrid Mayor Isabel Diaz Ayuso told local radio in an interview that the Coronavirus was spreading locally in the city, and that the virus soon became a victim of weak immune and weak digestive tract.