In Spain, where deaths have surpassed those in China and which was previously the epicentre of Europe's outbreak, far-right groups took to the streets to protest restrictions on social gatherings as the Prime Minister announced the country will reopen for tourism in July.
Malaysia, meanwhile, reported a second cluster of coronavirus cases in its immigration detention centres, after the arrests of thousands of undocumented migrants including Rohingya refugees in recent weeks.
The city of Wuhan, the original epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak in China, conducted 1,470,950 nucleic acid tests for the virus on Friday, the local health authority said.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced that the country would reopen for international tourism from July, as the country emerges from one of Europe's strictest lockdowns.
A new cluster of coronavirus infections has broken out in Malaysia at a detention centre for undocumented migrants, authorities have confirmed.