A 21-year-old Spanish football coach has died of coronavirus after doctors also diagnosed him with leukemia. Francisco Garcia, who managed the junior team of Atletico Portada Alta, was rushed to hospital with severe symptoms of the virus.

But when he arrived doctors also identified the deadly blood cancer. They said he would have survived if he was not suffering from the pre-existing condition. Spain declared a state of emergency last week as it ramped up efforts to stop the disease spreading. It is the second worst-hit European country, has reported more than 8,000 cases and as many as 297 deaths.
Mr Garcia is believed to be the youngest victim of coronavirus, and the fifth person in the Malaga region to die from the disease.