The Autonomous Communities on Thursday have notified the Ministry of Health 26,412 new cases of Covid-19, 6,808 of them diagnosed in the last 24 hours. The total number of contagions in Spain is already raised to 5,273,178 since the beginning of the pandemic, according to official statistics.
The incidence accumulated in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants stands at 305.57 compared to 290.1 on Tuesday. In the past two weeks a total of 144,997 positive has been recorded.
In the report of this Friday, 84 new deaths have been added. Up to 88,321 people with positive diagnostic test have died since the virus arrived in Spain, according to the data collected by the ministry.
The situation in Spanish hospitals worsens since Tuesday. Currently, there are 5,479 patients admitted by Covid-19 throughout Spain (5,067 on Tuesday) and 1,041 in ICU (948 on Tuesday).
In the last 24 hours, there have been 624 income (593 on Tuesday) and 278 high (246 on Tuesday). The rate of occupation of beds occupied by Coronavirus is at 4.41% (4.07% on Tuesday) and in the ICU at 11.3% (10.29% on Tuesday).
According to the global occupation of beds in hospitals, being greater than 2 and less than 5, Spain would be a low risk country. However, if the occupation is observed in UCI, being greater than 10, this would indicate that Spain is at average risk.
The autonomies with the most occupied UCIs by these patients are La Rioja (20.75%), Catalonia (20.29%), Navarra (19.49%), and Basque Country (17.32%). Extremadura (3.63%), Andalusia (4.97%), Galicia (5.4%), Ceuta (5.88%) and Murcia (6.7%) 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.
Meanwhile, the positivity rate of the tests carried out is at 8.81%, compared to 8.42% on Thursday. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that this data be below 5% to consider as 'controlled' the propagation of the virus. In addition, according to the traffic light by which the risk is regulated in Spain, when overcoming this figure, the 7 would be from the risk under the average risk.
AI in young people has already equated practically with other Etarian groups. The less than 11 years, unique without vaccination, still highlighting as the most affected, with 533.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
For its part, the group between 20 and 29 years (248.81) has already been surpassed by those over 60 years of age and under 69 (323,23). In turn, the latter are close to those between 30 and 39 (325,63), and those of between 40 and 49 (380,85).
By autonomies, Navarra is an incidence leader (956.3), followed by Basque Country (757.94), Aragon (591.47) and Asturias (405,88); While Andalusia (133,63), Castilla La Mancha (141,75), and Extremadura (158.55) are those that record the best data. In this way, Navarra would be already, according to his cumulative incidence, at a very high risk by Covid-19, but Extremadura, Castilla La Mancha and Andalusia would be at average risk.
In Europe, the worst data maintains the Czech Republic (2,260.8), Belgium (2,130.9), the Netherlands (1,750.9) and Austria (1,427,7). The countries with better data are Romania (99.7), Sweden (263.9) and Spain.
The slow drip of vaccination continues once 89.5% of the target population with full pattern, representing 79.4% of the total population. 37,684,831 people have already received the full guideline.
By ages, the group of more than 80 years is the only one that reaches 100%, while that of between 30 and 39 years stay at 77.7%, thus constituting the agenda with a lower percentage of vaccinates.
According to the data of the Ministry of Health, 5,898,138 third doses, 4,592,648 of Pfizer and 1305,490 have already been administered. of modern At the moment, the data only collects the additional doses in people of age higher than 70 years or who had received Janssen, although it has already begun to inoculate the reinforcement dose for those over 60 years of age and the Sanitarians.Date Of Update: 09 December 2021, 17:43