Coronavirus patients arrive at a military hospital set up at the IFEMA conference centre in Madrid, Spain, March 21, 2020. Picture taken March 21, 2020. Coronavirus continues to devastate Spain, with the official death toll surging by nearly 400 on Sunday, according to new figures. Comunidad de Madrid/Handout via REUTERS

Coronavirus patients arrive at a military hospital set up at the IFEMA conference centre in Madrid, Spain, March 21, 2020. Picture taken March 21, 2020. In total, 1,720 people have lost their lives to the illness so far and 28,572 cases have been confirmed in the country. A total of 394 new deaths and 2,646 confirmed cases were reported in the last 24 hours. Comunidad de Madrid/Handout via REUTERS

Coronavirus patients arrive at a military hospital set up at the IFEMA conference centre in Madrid, Spain, March 21, 2020. Picture taken March 21, 2020. The new numbers suggest that Spain has become harder hit by the virus than Iran, where the latest official death count is 1,556 and the number of confirmed cases is 20,610. Comunidad de Madrid/Handout via REUTERS

Carlos, the owner of Hotel Freedom, which he closed due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, cleans the floor in front of the hotel in Madrid, Spain March 22, 2020. Coronavirus continues to devastate Spain, with the official death toll surging by nearly 400 on Sunday, according to new figures. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A medical worker in a protective suit walks past police officers patrolling a deserted street during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain March 22, 2020. In total, 1,720 people have lost their lives to the illness so far and 28,572 cases have been confirmed in the country. A total of 394 new deaths and 2,646 confirmed cases were reported in the last 24 hours. REUTERS/Susana Vera

A man and a dog cross an empty road during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Madrid, Spain March 22, 2020. The new numbers suggest that Spain has become harder hit by the virus than Iran, where the latest official death count is 1,556 and the number of confirmed cases is 20,610. REUTERS/Susana Vera