Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.MADRID – Spanish prosecutors have launched an investigation into reports that bodies of elderly residents were found abandoned inside a senior center, while an ice rink has been turned into a makeshift morgue amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.The country’s health authorities said on Tuesday that Spain registered a daily record increase in the number of people infected and the number of people who lost their lives because of COVID-19.Spain announced 6,584 new coronavirus infections, bringing the overall total to 39, 673. The number of fatalities soared by a record number of 514 in the past 24 hours to 2,696.LONDON’S MAYOR ISSUES CORONAVIRUS WARNING AFTER PICTURES OF CROWDED SUBWAY CARS EMERGE DESPITE LOCKDOWNIn an effort to handle the growing number of deaths, the Palacio de Hielo ice skating complex in Madrid has been turned into a makeshift morgue and will be used to house bodies after funeral homes in the Spanish capital became overwhelmed by the rising death toll. The Palacio de Hielo mall in Madrid, Spain will use an Olympic-sized ice rink to house bodies of those killed by the coronavirus, authorities said. The Madrid City

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