SABADELL, SPAIN - MAY 31: Francisco Baltanas (C) comforts his two sisters Isabel (2ndL) and Maria del Carmen during the funeral of their mother, Rafaela Carrillo, who died on March 26 due to a COVID-19 infection at the age of 85, at the cemetery of Sabadell on May 31, 2020 in Sabadell, Spain. The family has waited for two months to pay their respects to Rafaela due to undertakers' backlog and strict lockdown measures which banned funerals with more than three attendants. This week, Spain's Civil Registries added over 12,000 people to the country's tally of excess deaths, for a total of 43,295 people who died between March 1 and May 12 than in the same period last year. This brought the death rate to 921 per million, the world's highest per million. Tests confirmed that 27,302 of the total number of deaths were caused by the novel coronavirus. The remaining 15,993 are not officially recorded as having been caused by Covid-19, although many are likely to have been related. Spain is currently in a 10-day period of national mourning.