Spain returns to risk under more than a year later with an incidence of 48.92

Further improve the coreavirus figures in Spain, this time already to reach the low risk level. The cumulative incidence indicator (IA) is placed on Thursday

Spain returns to risk under more than a year later with an incidence of 48.92

Further improve the coreavirus figures in Spain, this time already to reach the low risk level. The cumulative incidence indicator (IA) is placed on Thursday in 48.92 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, after a decrease of more than two points on the last day. The same trend can be observed in AI to seven days, key to detect rapid changes in trend, which also decreases more than one point compared to yesterday (20,18). This last figure, since it is less than 25, also affirms that Spain is already a country with a low risk as to the Covid-19.

On the other hand, the measuring of the positivity of the tests carried out (2.22%), aims to Spain has already entered the new normality, since it is less than four. Likewise, the number of new cases has been descended, 1807, when 2,303 was notified yesterday. Mortality follows the same trend down as cumulative incidence and cases, since 23 deceased, 34 less than yesterday have been registered. The total number of deaths from the beginning of the pandemic is 86,701.

By ages, the most affected group remains the only one without vaccinum, the less than 11, with an AI of 82.37 (almost five points below on Wednesday). The group of between 40 and 49 years (51,62) and that of between 30 and 39 (51,57) are followed, although the remaining population is in a very similar situation.

The regions most affected by the Coronavirus are still Melilla, with an AI of 96.47; Cantabria (79,43) and Catalonia (76,46). Asturias (15,12), Galicia (19.02), Castilla y León (32.74) and Andalusia (36,42) are those that maintain a lower incidence.

The UCI Madrid are still quite committed, with 12.27% occupation. Below are those of Catalonia (8.94%), Basque Country (8.82%) and Balearic Islands (8.21%). On the contrary, Ceuta and Melilla, without Covid patients in a serious state, Galicia (1.07%), Murcia (1.94%) and Asturias (2.1%) 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 (716.5%), followed by Romania (646.5%) and Turkey (478.8). The most unknown countries of the continent are, one more day, Poland (39.7%), Spain (48,92) and Italy (72.1).

Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 02:01

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