Monday, October 25

Coronavirus Spain live: agglomerations in Barcelona despite the start of the night curfew

The Covid-19 it continues to spread throughout the world with particular virulence among the unvaccinated. Spain maintains a cumulative incidence of cases of coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days of 537.34 and already exceeds 5,000 hospitalized for this cause, with more than 31,000 infected since the last balance.

Meanwhile, in the Olympic Village in Tokyo, the first positive for Covid-19 has been detected, which has been immediately placed in isolation.

The data of the coronavirus in Spain

Total figures: 4,100,222 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test of active infection; There have been 81,096 deaths with a positive test as of July 16.

  • 654,594 in Andalusia (10,107 dead)
  • 135,940 in Aragn (3,557 dead)
  • 60,542 in Asturias (1,982 dead)
  • 69,076 in the Balearic Islands (846 dead)
  • 68,341 in the Canary Islands (803 dead)
  • 35,513 in Cantabria (571 dead)
  • 200,965 in Castilla-La Mancha (6,019 dead)
  • 258,616 in Castilla y Len (6,938 dead)
  • 752,417 in Catalonia (14,762 dead)
  • 6,079 in Ceuta (117 dead)
  • 429,001 in the Valencian Community (7,432 dead)
  • 81,930 in Extremadura (1,809 dead)
  • 139,652 in Galicia (2,428 dead)
  • 761,716 in Madrid (15,502 dead)
  • 9,438 in Melilla (97 dead)
  • 118,827 in Murcia (1,606 dead)
  • 69,840 in Navarra (1,184 dead)
  • 214,569 in the Basque Country (4,558 dead)
  • 33,166 in La Rioja (778 dead)

9.15The Valencian beach, monitored and under the shadow of the curfew

The Generalitat Valenciana ordered a curfew in 32 localities of the Valencian Community last Tuesday and for the next 15 days, but that measure could be extended next week to more locations.

The cumulative incidence reaches 432 cases and the focus is now on the coastal cities, where the accumulated incidence has multiplied this week. Health monitors its evolution, but the vice president Mnica Oltra I confirmed yesterday that the Interdepartmental Commission will meet next week to assess the possible extension of the restrictions, informs Inma Lidn. More information in the next article.

9.10 Cases and hospitalizations decrease in Cantabria, but there is more incidence and admissions to ICUs

Cantabria has registered a decrease in the number of infections and hospitalized patients, but the cumulative incidence at 14 days continues to rise and stands at 570 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, and there are also two more people in ICUs, where patients reach eight .

After the 290 cases of the previous day, in the last 24 hours, 271 have been reported, 19 less, but the incidence at 14 days continues to rise from 566 to 570, although the increase is somewhat less than that of a day before rose seven points.

At seven days, the incidence per one hundred thousand inhabitants is 294 cases, and it rises again for 24 hours and stood at 285.

Hospital occupancy has dropped from 5.2% to 4.8%, with 59 patients admitted compared to 65 in the previous count, but in intensive care it has gone from six to eight patients.

9.00 Barceloneta beach registers crowds despite having started the curfew in Catalonia

The Barceloneta beach has registered crowds this Saturday at one in the morning, when the curfew began in Catalonia because of the coronavirus.

The curfew is from one to six in the morning in 161 Catalan municipalities, including populations of more than 5,000 inhabitants and with a cumulative incidence of the pandemic of more than 400 infections per 100,000 inhabitants, reports Europa Press.

The Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia (TSJC) has endorsed the Government’s decree to apply a new night curfew, which will last seven days, extendable.

8.45 Biden accuses misinformation about Covid-19 in social networks of being “killing people”

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, has criticized platforms such as Facebook or Twitter this Friday for allowing false information about the Covid-19 that result in part of the population being reluctant to be vaccinated, and therefore, “they are killing people.”

The president has accused these platforms of slowing down the vaccination process, which finally did not reach 70% on July 4, as Biden himself had promised. “The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated,” the president told the media, reports NBC News.

For its part, Facebook has defended itself against these accusations stating that “they are not supported by facts” and have claimed that more than 2 billion people have seen “reliable information” through its portal.

8.30 Guatemala deals with a low vaccination in the middle of the fourth wave of Covid-19

Guatemala goes to the bottom of the vaccination records against the Covid-19 Latin America, while popular discontent grows over the lack of doses and the transmission of the fourth wave of the disease.

With a population of 16.3 million inhabitants, Guatemala has one of the worst vaccination rates in the American continent, according to official records and international organizations, since only 228,832 people have received double doses of immunization, reports Efe.

In addition, 917,645 people have received a first dose and, in total, the Government has administered 1,146,477 doses, 76% of which have been AstraZeneca, 19% Sputnik V and 5% Moderna.

Despite the fact that more vaccines have arrived in recent weeks, as a result of donations from the United States and the purchase contract for the Russian drug, it seems far away that the distribution and implementation of the national vaccination plan, suitable for 10.5 million Guatemalans -all those over 18 years old – be done promptly.

8.00 Tokyo 2020 confirms the first positive in Covid-19 in the Olympic Village

The organizing committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020 confirmed this Saturday the first positive for Covid-19 among the residents who are in the Olympic Village, according to the Japanese public channel NHK. According to sources consulted by said medium, he is not an athlete.

It is the first confirmed positive among the teams that are in the residential complex located in one of the artificial islands of Tokyo Bay and that has been announced when there are six days left until the opening ceremony of the event, at a time of full resurgence of infections in the area of ​​the Japanese capital. More information in this article.

7.56 Brazil begins to see the effects of vaccination on its pandemic numbers

After a devastating second wave that made the dead climb Covid At half a million, Brazil has been registering a drop in the pandemic indicators for a few weeks, which specialists attribute to the acceleration in the rate of vaccination.

The average daily deaths in the last week was 1,244, compared to the more than 3,000 lives lost per day during the first half of April, at the peak of the second wave, reports AFP.

And the average number of infections fell to 41,087 on Friday, after having exceeded 77,000 at the end of June.

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