Coronavirus, live | Pediatric vaccines reach the communities starting this Monday


The autonomous communities are already prepared to start this Wednesday to administer the pediatric vaccine against COVID 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.

The incidence of coronavirus continues to rise and advances especially in Navarra, Catalonia and Galicia, whose regional government has confirmed this Saturday four cases of omicron infection in line with Extremadura, which it has detected the presence of the new variant in four of its eight health areas.

With an increasing incidence throughout the country, 75 more points in a week and 323 cases per 100,000 inhabitantsAccording to the latest Health data, the coronavirus does not give up and continues to rise in Catalonia, where health experts expect, at least, two more weeks of increased infections, with 234 people admitted to ICUs in hospitals this Saturday.

The Superior Court of Justice of Aragon (TSJA) has suspended in a precautionary manner the order of the autonomous government issued this Friday to expand the COVID passport application or negative tests for nightlife establishments, cinemas, gymnasiums, hotels, events and visits to hospitals that were to take effect the next midnight.

In the world is exceed 5.2 million deaths and more than 267 million infected people for the new coronavirus, SARS-COV-2.

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  • 09:45

    Cantabria It has reported 217 new infections, while the accumulated incidence at 14 days continues to rise and is already at 357 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and the number of patients hospitalized for covid has increased by two. According to the data closed by the Ministry of Health at midnight, eight more cases have been detected than in the last report

  • 09:15

    The coronavirus also continues to advance in Navarra, which leads high-risk communities in Spain, with a 14-day cumulative incidence of 1,036.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, followed by the Basque Country (786.8) and Aragon (605.9).

    victimsThe incidence continues to increase with a record in Navarra
  • 08:30

    And abroad: The Supreme Court of Brazil has determined this Saturday that foreigners who want to enter the country by air or land will have to present the vaccination certificate against COVID-19, as a way to prevent the pandemic from gaining strength again with the appearance of variants such as omicron.

  • 08:29

    Some 3,000 people, according to figures from the Guardia Urbana, have demonstrated this Saturday afternoon in Barcelona against the use of the COVID passport, which certifies the vaccination and is mandatory to access the interior of bars, restaurants, gyms, residences and nightlife venues in Catalonia.

    victimsProtests against the COVID passport in several Spanish cities
  • 08:28

    The Superior Court of Justice of Aragon (TSJA) has suspended in a precautionary manner the order of the autonomous government issued this Friday to expand the COVID passport application or negative tests for nightlife establishments, cinemas, gymnasiums, hotels, events and visits to hospitals that were to take effect the next midnight.

  • 08:28

    With an increasing incidence throughout the country, 75 more points in a week and 323 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, according to the latest Health data, the coronavirus does not give truce and continues to rise in Catalonia, where health experts wait, at least , two more weeks of increased infections, with 234 people admitted to ICUs of hospitals this Saturday.

  • 08:27

    We review the last hour: The incidence of coronavirus continues to rise and advances especially in Navarra, Catalonia and Galicia, whose regional government has confirmed this Saturday four cases of omicron infection in line with Extremadura, which has detected the presence of the new variant in four of its eight areas of Health.

  • 08:26

    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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