Coronavirus, last minute | Spain borders on high risk

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After several holidays on the bridge, Health reported 43,808 cases and 78 deaths with COVID-19 late on Tuesday compared to last Friday. The official count in Spain reaches 88,237 deceased and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5.246.76.

The cumulative incidence grows 42 points from the last report, to 290.1 ​​cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and it continues to rise rapidly in all territories. Growth is soaring in Navarra (+172 points in four days), the Basque Country (+115) and Aragon (+102), the three regions that are at a “very high” risk level, with an incidence greater than 500 cases : it is 881 cases in Navarra and 712 in the Basque Country, well above the national average. Another seven territories are at high risk level and nine are at medium risk.

The increase in cases has prompted regional governments to continue to take action. The last of them has been the Canary Islands, which as of December 10 You can request the voluntary COVID passport to access certain spaces for public use.

All over the world, there are 5.2 million deaths and more than 267 million infected people. The United States is the country with the highest death toll, with more than 791,000 deaths; followed by Brazil, above 616,000; and India with more than 473,000 dead.

This is how we tell you the last hour of the pandemic minute by minute:



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Miguel Charte

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  • 09:44

    Yesterday the British government announced a return to restrictions.

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  • 09:43

    United Kingdom: The British Minister for Health, Sajid Javid, argues that imposing restrictions now to stop the expansion of the omicron variant will help avoid having to apply more restrictive measures next year. “I hope that most people understand that by taking some decisive action now we can potentially avoid action later,” he told the Sky network.

  • 09:29

    Cantabria data: 175 cases of coronavirus, which are 39 less than the day before, although the hospitalized amounted to 65, six more than there were. Eleven of them are in intensive care.

    With the new infections, the incidence at 14 days is close to 300 per one hundred thousand inhabitants – it stands at 297, fourteen more points – while at seven days it has rebounded by two, to 174 positives, with which the first is still at risk medium and the second, high risk.

  • 09:24

    Aragon data: it notifies 742 new cases of coronavirus, no deaths and 289 epidemiological discharges, results corresponding to this Wednesday, December 8, which is five fewer infections than a week ago, when there were 747.

  • 09:21

    Laid off or forced to work with persistent COVID: “It is very sad to go to court but I have no choice.” An information from our partner Sofia Soler.

  • 09:13

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  • 09:06

    Ukraine Registers in the last 24 hours a rebound in coronavirus cases after adding 12,376 new infections, compared to the 9,371 detected the previous day, health authorities reported.

  • 08:42

    South Korea It begins to recognize, after months of discriminatory treatment, the vaccines received by foreigners outside the country, which will allow them to access the booster doses and enclosures where a vaccination code is required.

    The Korean Agency for the Control and Prevention of Infectious Diseases (KDCA) reports in a statement that as of today foreigners who are in South Korea and have received inoculations outside of the Asian country will be able to register them at their public health center municipal.

  • 08:22

    Navarra data: contagions decrease. There are 465 new positives, according to provisional data from the Provincial Government.

  • 08:11

    It is possible that this Thursday Spain will exceed the threshold of high risk, since with the partial data communicated by the communities yesterday the incidents continued to rise.

  • 08:07

    The cumulative incidence has grown 42 points since the last report, to 290.1 ​​cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and continues to rise rapidly in all territories.

  • 08:07

    The latest Health report reported 43,808 cases and 78 deaths with COVID-19 compared to last Friday. The official count in Spain reaches 88,237 deaths and the cases registered since the beginning of the pandemic amount to 5,246.76.

  • 08:06

    Good Morning. 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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