The cumulative incidence (IA) of the Coronavirus continues descending. This Friday is already situated at 57.91 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, after a drop of just over a point in the last 24 hours. The number of contagions has also decreased on the last day: they are 2,037 new, 709 less than those that were reported a week ago.
On the other hand, mortality has increased slightly. Health has notified this Friday 48 new deaths, 4 more than seven days ago and 30 more than yesterday. Thus, according to the ministry, 86,450 deceased by Covid have already been exceeded in Spain since the pandemic began (86,463).
By communities, the most affected territories are Melilla, with an AI of 18.92; Ceuta (95.01), Cantabria (93,15), Aragon (82.07) and Catalonia (80,65). On the contrary, the most relieved are Asturias (16,78), Galicia (27,17), Castilla y León (38.58) and Valencian Community (45,72).
By ages, the group now more affected is less than 11 years, unique without vaccining. However, his IA (102,51) has also dropped almost three points on the last day. The following population groups in incidence are between 30 and 39 years (61,97) and that of 40-49 (55.05).
Since hospitals continue to arrive good news. The global occupation falls to 1.99%, with 113 admitted less than the previous day; and in UCI the percentage also decreases, placed at 7.45% (675 Covid patients are added in a serious state, 28 less than Thursday).
Communities with greater pressure by Coronavirus in the ICU remain Madrid (14.67%), Catalonia (11.19%), Balearic Islands (10.64%) and Basque Country (10.53%). On the opposite side, the most unknown are Ceuta and Melilla, without admitted to UCI, Galicia (1.47%), Murcia (3.02%), Asturias (3.15%) and Extremadura (3.19%). As always, we remember that these data only reflect the occupation of beds for Covid patients. To calculate the actual occupation, those patients who are entered by other pathologies and surgeries would be added.
The European countries most affected by the virus are the United Kingdom, with an incidence of 702.8; Turkey (470.8) and Romania (462.1). The countries with the lowest data are Poland (29,3), Spain (57.91) and Czech Republic (62,7).Date Of Update: 09 October 2021, 06:02