The incidence goes down to 46 after the weekend, converting Spain into the safest country in Europe

The cumulative incidence (IA) has decided again this weekend. This Monday, and after a drop of more than two points from Friday, the score is at 46.08 cases p

The incidence goes down to 46 after the weekend, converting Spain into the safest country in Europe

The cumulative incidence (IA) has decided again this weekend. This Monday, and after a drop of more than two points from Friday, the score is at 46.08 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Fewer new cases have also been detected in the last 72 hours (a total of 3,829), almost 500 less than last Monday. This means that Spain is at low risk. AI in young people has already equated practically with other Etarian groups.

The less than 11 years, unique without vaccining, still highlighting as the most affected, with 71.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (even so, has decreased by almost eight points in a week). For its part, the group between 20 and 29 years (43,58) have already been overcome by those over 80 years (46,44). In turn, the latter are very close to those between 30 and 39 (48,92), and those of between 40 and 49 (49,13).

Mortality also descends over last Friday, although slightly. Since Friday, 49 new deaths have been reported, 28 less than day 8. And, according to the statistics of the ministry, the number of people who have lost their lives by Coronavirus in Spain ascended to 86,827.

By autonomies, Melilla remains a leader in incidence (81,54), followed by Catalonia (78.03), Cantabria (73.08), Aragon (64,62) and Balearic Islands (58,13); While Asturias (15,7), Galicia (16.58), Andalusia (31,54) and Castilla y León (33.61) are those that record the best data.

Likewise, Health has communicated good news about the situation in Spanish hospitals. For the first time since there are occupancy records, less than 2,000 people, specifically, 1,942, are entered in them by Coronavirus (194 less than Friday), occupying 1.6% of the beds. And, in the intensive care units (UCI), a similar situation is observed: they are occupied by 5.55% by Covid patients (Friday the percentage was 6%, with 43 more patients).

With these data, something contradictory occurs, since according to the global occupation of the beds in hospitals, being less than two, Spain would already be a country in the so-called new normality, but if the occupation is observed in UCI, being even greater From 5, this would indicate that Spain is still a country with low risk. On the other hand, the positivity meter of the tests carried out (2.07%), also aimed at Spain has already entered the new normality, since it is less than four.

The autonomies with the most occupied UCIs by these patients remain Madrid (11.11%), Basque Country (8.5%), Catalonia (8.08%) and Rioja (7.55%). Ceuta and Melilla that do not have any patient admitted in a serious state by Covid-19, Galicia (0.94%), (,%) Asturias (2.07%) and Murcia (2.38%) are more relieved. These data contemplate only patients admitted by Coronavirus. To calculate the actual occupation, the ones found there for other pathologies and surgeries must be added.

In Europe, the worst data maintains Romania (791), the United Kingdom (736), Turkey (490.9) and Ireland (378,4). The countries with better data are Spain (46.08), Poland (50.5) and Italy (66.3).

Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 18:07

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