It was the worst week in Spain’s ongoing battle with the novel virus since late March.
The country’s health ministry added nearly 20,000 new infections last week after revisions in Spain’s Covid-19 cases were made for at least four of the days in that week.
Infections have risen sharply since Spain lifted a three-month lockdown in late June, but deaths have been much lower than during the epidemic's late-March peak.
Three people died in the past 24 hours, with the total death toll at 28,872.
In the past 24 hours, 2,060 coronavirus cases in Spain have been diagnosed, the ministry said, a lower level than seen last week.
"Right now there is a certain level of community transmission across Spain," health emergency chief Fernando Simon told a news conference.
Seeking to halt the resurgence, regional authorities are bringing back restrictions that were lifted after the national lockdown reduced the number of new cases.
In Catalonia, which has reported more than 1,000 daily cases over the past five days, social gatherings will be limited to 10 people, while southeastern Murcia banned meetings of more than six people and recommended people over 65 stay at home.