Coronavirus, last minute | Navarra and the Basque Country exceed their maximum incidence of the entire pandemic


The cumulative incidence of the coronavirus continues to grow in Spain: has risen 58 points during the weekend and they are already detected 381.26 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the latest balance published by the Ministry of Health this Monday. The authorities have added 49,802 cases and 103 deaths since Friday. The official count in Spain reaches 88,484 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,339,992.

The incidence is in “very high” level in five communities: Navarra, the Basque Country, Aragon, Castilla y León and Asturias. The first two, with 1,197 and 905 cases of incidence rate, are at their maximum of the entire pandemic.

The first remittances of pediatric COVID-19 vaccines for children from 5 to 11 years has arrived this Monday in Spain. As of Wednesday, the communities will begin to administer it and they will do it mainly in health centers and authorized points, vaccination centers and hospitals; only five autonomies have opted to vaccinate also in schools.

There is more of 5.3 million deaths and more than 270 million people infected all over the planet by the new coronavirus, SARS-COV-2.



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  • 09:53

    Cantabria data: two new deaths, and 205 new cases. The cumulative incidence at fourteen days experiences a significant increase to 379 cases per one hundred thousand inhabitants at fourteen days, when the previous day there were 357, and seven days it grows 17 cases and is at 224. In hospitals there is one less admitted (70 ), but in intensive care there is one more person, a total of 14.

  • 09:47

    Navarra data: Positive cases have risen again in the last twenty-four hours in Navarra to close to 700. In total yesterday, 695 infected people were detected, according to the still provisional data provided by the Provincial Government, compared to the 459 registered on Sunday.

  • 09:33

    Norway It will prohibit from tomorrow the sale of alcohol in restaurants and will expand the use of indoor masks to try to stop the spread of coronavirus, in a record of infections and hospitalizations during the pandemic. The Government of this Nordic country, one of the least affected in Europe so far, also announced this Tuesday that it will extend economic aid to companies and self-employed workers until February, provided they have suffered a 30% drop in turnover.

  • 09:16

    Germany: incidence decreases. The incidence stands at 375 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants in seven days, compared to 389.2 yesterday, 432.2 a week ago and 312.4 a month ago, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) of virology updated the after dawn. The health authorities reported 30,823 new infections in 24 hours and 473 deaths with or from covid-19 compared to 36,059 and 399 a week ago, while the number of active cases amounts to 958,900.

  • 09:15

    Germany. German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach and his regional counterparts are studying today exempting people vaccinated with the booster dose from the obligation to undergo tests, while in Germany the incidence continues to decrease, although it continues at a high level. Several federal states already apply this relaxation for people with the three doses where the so-called 2G plus rule governs -for vaccinated The recovered (vaccinated or healed and with additional test) -, that is, where access to certain places or events is reserved for immunized patients who must also present a negative test.

  • 09:01

    France does not plan new restrictions despite the fact that the cases of the omicron variant already exceed one hundred. This has been clarified by the French government spokesman, Gabriel Attal.

  • 08:51

    China. An outbreak forces the closure of businesses in one of its richest provinces. At least 20 companies have had to shut down due to a coronavirus outbreak in the northeast province of Zhejiang. The province accounts for 6% of Chinese GDP and produces everything from batteries to textiles or plastics, Reuters reports.

  • 08:41

    United Kingdom: Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab reports that at least 250 people are admitted to hospitals with the omicron variant, and that those numbers will increase unless action is taken.

  • 08:31

    Starting tomorrow, wednesday begin vaccination of children between 5 and 11 years of age. Some wonder why vaccinate children, if COVID-19 is usually very mild in them. But it is that children under 12 years of age are the group with the highest incidence, and vaccinating them will serve to control the pandemic.

  • 08:22

    Navarra and the Basque Country exceed their maximum incidence of the entire pandemic.

  • 08:14

    The accumulated incidence of the coronavirus continues to grow in Spain: it has risen 58 points during the weekend and 381.26 cases are already detected per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the latest balance published by the Ministry of Health this Monday.

  • 08:14

    Authorities have added 49,802 cases and 103 deaths since Friday. The official count in Spain reaches 88,484 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,339,992.

  • 08:13

    Hello. We begin one more day the informative story of all the news about the new coronavirus, SARS-COV-2, and the disease it causes, COVID-19.


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