Further improve the coreavirus figures in Spain. The cumulative incidence indicator (IA) is located this Friday in the 69.37 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, after a decrease of more than two points on the last day. The same trend can be observed in the AI to seven days, key to detect rapid changes in trend, which also decreases a point compared to yesterday (28.87).
Likewise, it has descended the number of new cases, 2,746, when 2,031 were notified yesterday and a week ago 3,222.
On the other hand, mortality remains stable. This Friday, 44 deaths have been registered, a figure much lower than yesterday (100) and identical to that of seven days ago (44). The total number of deaths from the beginning of the pandemic is 86,229.
The regions most affected by the Coronavirus are still Melilla, with an AI of 167.67; Ceuta (142,51), Cantabria (100,19) and Balearic Islands (92,95). Asturias (17,77), Galicia (45.97), Castilla y León (49,06) and Valencian Community (52,66) are those that maintain a lower incidence.
It also decreases the hospital pressure. 2.45% of the beds of the hospitals are occupied by 2,951 Covid patients (yesterday the occupation was 2.54%, with 105 more ill), and the percentage reaches 9.20% in the case of the units of Intensive care (UCI), after an important drop in the last 24 hours (yesterday was 9.52%, with 30 more patients).
The UCI Madrid are still quite committed, with 18.47% occupation. Below are those of Catalonia (14.49%), Basque Country (12.89%) and Aragon (11.16%). On the contrary, Ceuta, without Covid patients in a serious state, Murcia (2.14%), Galicia (2.23%) and Asturias are the autonomies that maintain a lower occupation in ICU. We must remember that these percentages only contemplate patients admitted by Coronavirus. To calculate the actual occupation, the ones found there for other pathologies and surgeries must be added.
United Kingdom continues an incidence leader (650.9), followed by Turkey (446.2) and Ireland (375.4). The most unknown countries of the continent are, one more day, Poland (23.0), Czech Republic (56.2) and Spain (69.37).Updated Date: 24 September 2021, 12:45