Health has notified this Thursday, for the third consecutive day, the highest number of infections in a single day since the start of the pandemic: 72,912 cases. In addition, it reports 82 deaths since the last report, so that the official count in Spain reaches the 89,019 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,718,007.
The cumulative incidence grows 127 points since the last report and stands at its highest value since the start of the pandemic: 911.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, surpassing the peak of the third wave (900 cases) that occurred in January 2021. All the territories of Spain except Castilla-La Mancha (428.6 cases) are at a very high risk level for this indicator, according to the traffic light of Health.
The masks are once again mandatory outdoors, unless sports are practiced alone or walking through natural areas.
The omicron variant is spreading throughout the world and in some countries it is already the dominant one. The new coronavirus exceeds 5.3 million deaths and has already infected more than 277 million people all over the planet.
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They confirm the first case of community transmission of omicron in Tokyo. He is a doctor from a clinic in the capital with no recent history of traveling abroad. The case of Tokyo is revealed two days after the country reported its first community transmission, detected in several members of a family residing in the city of Osaka, and one day after another case with an unknown contagion route was revealed in Kyoto, both in the west of the country.
Germany: registers 35,431 more cases and 370 new deaths.
Russia: a fire in an intensive care unit kills two people in the city of Astrakhan.
The mass of the rooster in the Vatican will be celebrated tonight still in a reduced format. However, tomorrow the pope will give the blessing to the city and the world with public in the Plaza de San Pedro.
China. The National Health Commission of China announced this Friday the detection of 87 new positives of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in the last day, 55 of them by local transmission.
“There are pathologies that are being delayed or ceasing to be seen. They have a completely different care than a few months ago because we are saturated with this variant.”
Luis Díaz Izquierdo reports that there are already queues in front of the hospital tent to take antigen tests. “When I arrived there would already be 50 or 60 people,” he assures.
“All kinds of people are arriving, vaccinated and unvaccinated. The vaccine is not designed so that you do not catch the disease, but to make it less serious. It is mainly young people, a very important number, and many not vaccinated,” he explains the emergency doctor.
“We are saturated, we have not only physical but mental, psychological fatigue. Again more of the same. Yes we are tired.”
Interview in RNE with Luis Díaz Izquierdo, Emergency Physician at the Severo Ochoa Hospital: “We did not even think that this could happen, but it is the sixth time it has happened. We have a new variant and we have such terrible figures.”
1,600 suspended flights worldwide, according to calculations of New York Times. Around the world, the omicron variant is causing sick leave and cancellations. In the United States, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines yesterday canceled more than 200 flights scheduled for Christmas Eve.
The cumulative incidence has grown 127 points since the last report and is at its highest value since the start of the pandemic: 911.3 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, surpassing the peak of the third wave (900 cases) that occurred in January. of 2021.
Health has notified this Thursday, for the third consecutive day, the highest number of infections in a single day since the start of the pandemic: 72,912 cases. In addition, it reports 82 deaths since the last report, so that the official count in Spain reaches 89,019 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,718,007.
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