Coronavirus, last minute | Catalonia already asks contagion contacts to quarantine

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Health reported last Friday the highest number of infections since mid-July, with 33,359 cases. In addition, 41 deaths have been registered since the previous report, so that the official count in Spain reaches the 88,708 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,455,027.

The accumulated incidence grows 38.1 points since the last report and stands at 511 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which places Spain at a very high risk level

The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, convened the Conference of Presidents next Wednesday, December 22, to discuss common measures.

The WHO has pointed out that omicron spreads faster compared to the delta variant, since in countries where local transmission of the former has been detected, it is being observed that cases double in 1.5 to 3 days. The variant is already present in 89 countries.

The new coronavirus, SARS-COV-2, has already caused 5.3 million deaths and has infected more than 272 million of people all over the planet,

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  • 08:41

    United Kingdom: 12 people have died with the omicron variant, and 104 are hospitalized, according to Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab.

  • 08:33

    Israel prohibits flights to the United States for fear of the omicron variant.

  • 08:31

    Venezuela. Venezuelan authorities detected 334 new infections on Sunday, 332 by community transmission and two “imported”, bringing the number since the start of the pandemic to 441,562.

  • 08:29

    Germany registers 16,086 new cases and 119 more deaths.

  • 08:16

    Olalla: “Admissions are lower in number, the size is not the same. The hospitalization floors are more relieved, where the severity may be less, but when a patient arrives at the ICU, it doesn’t matter last winter or last. summer”.

    It ensures that the majority of serious cases are unvaccinated.

  • 08:15

    RNE interview a Julián Olalla, spokesperson for SEIMC (Spanish Society of Infectious Diseases), and internist at the Costa del Sol Hospital. “The vaccine is playing its role, but it is not the panacea. Do we have to take restrictions? Doctors want prudence, we don’t know how far this is going to go (…) proportionate measure will have to be taken to prevent hospitals from reaching a collapse situation that we hope will not be like last year. “

  • 08:04

    Let’s go with a review of what happens outside of Spain. In China, the National Health Commission detects 102 new positives of the coronavirus, 37 of them due to local contagion in Shaanxi (center, 24), Zhejiang (east, 10), Canton (southeast, 2) and Beijing (1).

  • 08:00

    Catalonia asks from today that contagion contacts quarantine, even if they are vaccinated.

  • 07:50

    Faced with this situation, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has called the next Conference of Presidents for next Wednesday, December 22, to discuss common measures.

  • 07:49

    Health reported last Friday the highest number of infections since mid-July, with 33,359 cases. In addition, 41 deaths have been registered since the previous report, so that the official count in Spain reaches 88,708 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,455,027.

    The accumulated incidence grows 38.1 points since the last report and stands at 511 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which places Spain at a very high risk level

  • 07:47

    Hello. We begin one more day the minute-by-minute account of all the news related to the new coronavirus, SARS-COV-2, and the disease it causes, COVID-19.

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