The cumulative incidence indicator (IA) was placed on Friday at 323.07 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, after a large increase of more than 17 points compared to Thursday. The incidence within seven days, key to detect possible changes of trend, is located in 164.33 cases per 100,000, according to the last report of the Ministry of Health. Thus, Spain approaches the high risk.
The number of new cases, together with mortality, mark a downward trend. 17,012 cases have been reported today, compared to 26,412 on Thursday, and 60 deaths, compared to 84. Since the beginning of the pandemic, healing has registered a total of 5,290,190 cases and 88,381 deceased.
By ages, the most affected group continues to be the one of 11 years, with an AI of 547.22 (533.3 on Thursday). The group of between 40 and 49 years (395.53) and that of between 30 and 39 (340,97) are followed. The most affected regions today are Navarra, with an AI of 1,036,9; Basque Country (786.85) and Aragon (605,99).
Andalusia (149.57), Castilla-La Mancha (152,4), Extremadura (169.08), Madrid (199.71) and Canarias (233,23) are those that maintain a lower incidence. As for the hospital situation, the percentage of beds occupied with patients from Coronavirus in hospitals is at 4.48% and up to 11.41% that of the beds of intensive care units. Even so, to calculate the actual occupation, the ones that are entered by other pathologies or surgeries must be added.
At European level, Czech Republic is the country with the highest incidence (2,243,6), followed by Belgium (2,090.5), the Netherlands (1,718.2) and Switzerland (1,393). The most unknown countries of the continent are, one more day, Romania (92.5), Sweden (276.2) and Spain, according to the report of the Health Alerts and Emergencies Coordination Center (CCAES).Date Of Update: 10 December 2021, 14:58