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Coronavirus Spain today, breaking news | The WHO warns about the “serious” situation in Brazil and calls for “aggressive” measures

Saturday, March 6, 2021 – 08:10

Meanwhile, in Spain, the situation improves with the widespread decline in infections. Communities such as Extremadura, Andalusia, Aragn and the Valencian Community relax their restrictions

An adult is vaccinated against Covid-19 in Panama

An adult is vaccinated against Covid-19 in Panama.

Spain begins to breathe after the decline throughout the country of infections by coronavirus. At the gates of Holy Week and waiting for whether Health and the communities manage to agree on consensus measures on mobility, some autonomous communities have released this Friday – others will do so on Monday – a relaxation of the restrictions.

It is the case of Extremadura, Andalusia, Aragn or the Valencian Community, which, from this Friday, soften some of its measures, while Catalonia, Galicia and Castilla y Len will do so from Monday, March 8 and the Basque Country from Tuesday, March 9.

While, Brazil, one of the global epicenters of the pandemic, added 1,800 deaths this Friday by Ccovid-19 in the last 24 hours, the second worst mark since the beginning of the crisis and in the United States, New York City theaters reopened with important security measures almost a year after the Big Apple began its lockdown.

Coronavirus data in Spain

    * Source: Ministry of Health

    Total figures: 3,149,012 confirmed coronavirus cases with diagnostic test of active infection; There have been 71,138 deaths with a positive test as of March 5

  • 482,590 in Andalusian (8,566 dead)
  • 107,568 in Aragn (3,303 dead)
  • 44,159 in Asturias (1,786 dead)
  • 56,338 in Baleares (730 dead)
  • 41,635 in Canary Islands (607 dead)
  • 24,866 in Cantabria 518 dead)
  • 170,153 in Castilla la Mancha (5,662 dead)
  • 207,098 in Castilla and Len (6,449 dead)
  • 507,482 in Catalonia (11,367 dead)
  • 4,723 in Ceuta (86 dead)
  • 381,068 in the Valencian Community (6,791 dead)
  • 69,246 in Estremadura (1,731 dead)
  • 112,751 in Galicia (2,239 dead)
  • 593,398 in Madrid (14,104 dead)
  • 7,098 in Melilla (72 dead)
  • 106,808 in Murcia (1,511 dead)
  • 51,628 in Navarra (1,103 dead)
  • 152,850 in the Basque Country (3,784 dead)
  • 27,553 in The Rioja (729 dead)

8.09 Mexico reports another 700 deaths and 6,700 new positives from coronavirus

The Mexican Health portfolio has registered 712 fatalities and 6,797 new cases of coronavirus this Friday, bringing the total number of deaths to 189,578 and the accumulated cases to 2,119,305 since the start of the pandemic.

In the daily balance, the Ministry of Health of Mexico has reported the application of 2,731,900 doses of the vaccine against the disease, of which 603,134 have been administered to health and educational personnel.

According to the local newspaper The universal, Mexico has committed more than 230 million doses of vaccines against Covid-19 from different pharmaceutical companies and from the latter’s Covax platform, specifically, 51.4 million.

Likewise, the country’s Ministry of Health has indicated that the average occupation of hospital beds in the country is 28%. Mexico City is the state with the highest saturation, having a hospital bed occupancy of 52 percent.

8.06 The WHO warns about the “serious” situation in Brazil and calls for “aggressive” measures to stop Covid-19

The World Health Organization has warned this Friday about the “very serious” situation in Brazil due to Covid-19 due to the increase in cases, specifically those of the Brazilian variant, and has called on the authorities to take “aggressive” measures of public health and deploy vaccines throughout its territory to stop the advance of the pandemic.

The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has warned that the trend will not change in the Latin American giant if measures to contain the coronavirus are not adopted.

According to the WHO, the country has a higher level of contagion by the P.1 variant, which has a greater transmission capacity and which would be causing reinfections in the areas of Manaus and Amazonas, which have recently experienced “intense outbreaks”.

“With the proportion of current cases, we can say that they are reinfections probably due to the decrease in immunity over time or because this variant does not respond to natural immunity, which warns us that we have to be very careful with vaccines and make sure that they also work against this mutation, “said the director of Health Emergencies of the WHO, Michael Ryan.

8.00 New York cinemas reopen with important security measures

New York City cinemas reopened this Friday with important security measures almost a year after the Big Apple began its lockdown, which led the entire entertainment sector to have to stop dead in its tracks.

Although most theaters in New York State got permission to start operating again last October, this was not the case for those in the metropolis, who did not receive the go-ahead until last week by the governor, Andrew. Cuomo, who defined March 5 as the first day of his “return to normalcy.”

However, Cuomo ordered that cinemas have to limit their capacity to 25%, and that the number of people in the same room cannot exceed 50, which has led some to delay opening even more, since they do not consider that it will be financially viable to receive so few clients.

The AMC cinema chain has opened its 13 stores throughout New York City, as well as the iconic Angelika Film Center in Manhattan, which has implemented a system whereby the seats that surround the purchased ones are automatically blocked when they are acquired. online or at the box office, ensuring social distancing during the movie. Also, both the movie theater and the coffee shop you have will not accept cash payments.

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