Monday, January 24

Health communicates 5,348 new infections and 173 deaths


Health workers treat a COVID patient in the ICU of the Vall D'Hebron hospital.

Health workers treat a COVID patient in the ICU of the Vall D’Hebron hospital.
EFE

The autonomous communities have notified this Friday to Ministry of Health 5,348 new cases of coronavirus, of which 2,803 have been diagnosed in the last 24 hours, compared to 2,874 registered on Thursday, raising the global number of people infected with Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic at 3,183,704.

The current average incidence of infections in Spain in the last 14 days continues to decline, standing at 130.51 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the 132.25 reported Thursday by the department led by Carolina Darias.

About Those who died from Covid-19, this Friday 173 more have been notified, of which 483 have been registered in the last week. This brings the global death toll from coronavirus in Spain to 72,258 people.

Currently, there are 8,540 patients admitted for Covid-19 throughout Spain and 2,186 in an ICU, although in the last 24 hours there have been 795 admissions and 971 discharges. The occupancy rate for beds occupied by coronavirus stands at 6.81 percent and in ICUs at 21.64 percent.

Of the 2,803 people diagnosed with Covid-19 in the last day, 1,059 have been located in Madrid, although 139 in Andalusia, 156 in Aragon, 142 in Asturias, 25 in the Balearic Islands, 233 in the Canary Islands, 39 in Cantabria, 34 in Castilla -La Mancha, 181 in Castilla y León, 129 in Catalonia, six in Ceuta, 95 in the Valencian Community, 62 in Extremadura, 40 in Galicia, 34 in Melilla, 49 in Murcia, 68 in Navarra, 297 in the Basque Country and 15 in The Rioja.

As for the deaths, Health has already registered 8,804 deaths in Andalusia (94 in the last week); in Aragon 3,333 (21 in the last seven days); in Asturias 1,809 (18 in the last week); in the Balearic Islands 733 (two in the last seven days); in the Canary Islands 626 (16 in a week); in Cantabria 529 (11 in the last seven days); in Castilla-La Mancha 5,696 (22 in the last week); and in Castilla y León 6,496 (31 in the last seven days).

What’s more, 11,591 people have died in Catalonia as a result of the coronavirus (33 in the last seven days); In Ceuta, 87 deaths have been recorded since the beginning of the pandemic (one in the last week); in the Valencian Community 6,940 (51 in the last seven days); in Extremadura 1,743 (nine in one week); in Galicia 2,266 (26 in the last seven days); in Madrid 14,313 (103 in the last seven days); in Melilla 74 (two in the last seven days); in Murcia 1,537 (15 in the last seven days); in Navarra 1,109 (five in the last seven days); in the Basque Country 3,839 (19 in the last seven days); and in La Rioja 733 (four in the last seven days).


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