The cumulative incidence (IA) has decided again this weekend. On Monday, and after a drop of almost four points from Friday, the score is 54.12 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. Fewer new cases have also been detected in the last 72 hours (a total of 4,271), almost 1,000 less than last Monday.
With this incidence, Spain stays just over four points to be placed at low risk, that is, very close to the so-called new normality. 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 96.21 cases per 100,000 inhabitants (even so, it has decreased by almost 20 points in a week). The one between 12 and 19 years old (41,92) drops more than 15 points compared to last Monday and between 20 and 29 years (50.52) have already been overcome by those over 80 years (51,66). In turn, the latter are located very close to those between 30 and 39 (58,46), and those of between 40 and 49 (55,18).
By autonomies, Melilla continues an incidence leader (117,14), followed by Ceuta (85.51), Cantabria (85,43), Aragon (81,32) and Balearic Islands (67,86); While Asturias (16,10), Galicia (22.95), Castilla y León (35,62) and La Rioja (41,89) are those that record the best data.
Likewise, Health has communicated good news about the situation in Spanish hospitals. 2,364 people are entered into them by Coronavirus (39 less than Friday), occupying 1.95% of the beds; and, in the intensive care units (UCI), a similar situation is observed: 6.99% are occupied by Covid patients (Friday the percentage was 7.45%, with 38 more patients).
The autonomies with the most occupied UCIs by these patients remain Madrid (14.13%), Basque Country (11.2%), Catalonia (10.43%) and Balearic Islands (9.42%). Ceuta and Melilla that do not have any patients admitted in a serious state by Covid-19, Galicia (1.34%), Murcia (1.94%) and Asturias (2.1%) are kept more relief. 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 the United Kingdom (707.2), Romania (492.3), Turkey (457.3) and Ireland (343,6). The countries with better data are Poland (34.1), Spain (54,12) and Czech Republic (66.9).Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 04:36