The cumulative incidence (IA) of Coronavirus in Spain is already below 100 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. It is the first time you fall from that threshold since June. And is that healing has communicated on Thursday a new decrease of five points in the indicator, which is 96.30. In addition, the Ministry of Carolina Darias has confirmed a significant descent in the number of daily contagions, a total of 4,075 (352 more than yesterday, but 688 less than those notified seven days ago).
Despite these descents, mortality has increased slightly. In the last 24 hours, 101 deaths have been registered, 11 more than yesterday (90) and 30 more than a week (71). In total, there are 85,739 deaths confirmed by Coronavirus from the beginning of the pandemic.
The AI continues to decrease among young people, although every day at a lower rhythm. In the age group now more affected, the less than 11 years, has fallen three points in the last 24 hours, standing at 132.40. The second most affected is between 12 and 19 years old, with 111,43 incidence, whose score has dropped 13 points from Wednesday. Between 20 and 29, seven (112,47) has come down.
In hospitals follow the positive trend. The total occupation for Covid patients lowers up to 3.30% (there are 3,947 people admitted, 478 less than Wednesday) and in the intensive care units (ICU), the percentage falls to 11.62% (Wednesday was from 12.00%, with 39 serious patients more).
Madrid remains the first community in UCI occupation by Covid patients (23.28%). After it is Catalonia (18.66%), Basque Country (15.97%) and Balearic Islands (15.76%). On the opposite side, the most relaxed are Galicia (3.87%), Asturias (4.03%), Murcia (4.97%) and Extremadura (5.85%). You have to keep in mind that these data only reflect the occupation of beds from Covid patients. In the UCIs of all territories are also patients from other pathologies and surgeries.
In Europe, the countries most affected by the virus are the United Kingdom (732.1), Switzerland (423,9), Turkey (393.1) and Ireland (331,7). The countries with the lowest data are Poland (16.3), Czech Republic (46.3), Ukraine (89.1) and Italy (118.6).Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 21:12