Spain further demonstrated it has an upper-hand over the coronavirus as it recorded its lowest death toll since 18 March.
According to the health ministry, 164 people died in the last 24 hours, its lowest one-day increase in six weeks.
The national death toll is now 25,264.
Confirmed cases of the virus also crept to 217,466, from 216,582 on Saturday, the ministry said.
In a sign that things are looking up, Spaniards took to the streets on Saturday to jog, cycle and rollerskate for the first time after 48 days of confinement.