Wednesday, December 2

Health reports the highest number of deaths in the second wave with 411 deaths


The autonomous communities have notified the Ministry of Health on Tuesday 17,395 new cases of COVID-19, 7,552 of them diagnosed in the last 24 hours. This is a lower figure than the 18,669 on the same day the previous week.

The global number of infections in Spain rises already to 1,398,613 since the start of the pandemic, according to official statistics. The accumulated incidence in the last 14 days per 100,000 inhabitants stands at 524, compared to 529 yesterday and 527 last Tuesday, with a total of 246,699 positives in the past two weeks.

Of the 7,552 cases diagnosed in the previous day, 557 have occurred in Andalusia, 638 in Aragon, 295 in Asturias, 72 in the Balearic Islands, 63 in the Canary Islands, 221 in Cantabria, 104 in Castilla-La Mancha, 34 in Castilla y Le贸n, 1,914 in Catalonia, 58 in Ceuta, 84 in the Valencian Community, 324 in Extremadura, 436 in Galicia, 959 in Madrid, 31 in Melilla, 311 in Murcia, 217 in Navarra, 1,132 in the Basque Country and 102 in La Rioja.

In the last week, 1,209 people with a diagnosis of COVID-19 have died positive confirmed in Spain. Up to 39,756 people with a positive diagnostic test have died since the virus arrived in Spain, according to data collected by the Ministry. In this Tuesday’s report 411 new deaths have been added, compared to 512 yesterday and 238 the previous Tuesday.

This is how the 1,209 deaths in the last week are distributed: 220 in Andalusia, 162 in Aragon, 113 in Asturias, nine in the Balearic Islands, 11 in the Canary Islands, 17 in Cantabria, 54 in Castilla-La Mancha, 161 in Castilla y Le贸n, 50 in Catalonia, eight in Ceuta, 60 in the Valencian Community, 50 in Extremadura, 74 in Galicia, 37 in Madrid, five in Melilla, 51 in Murcia, 40 in Navarra, 67 in the Basque Country and 20 in La Rioja.

Currently there 20,943 patients admitted for COVID-19 throughout Spain (21,029 yesterday) and 3,064 in UCI (3,007 yesterday). In the last 24 hours, there have been 2,270 admissions (1,757 yesterday) and 2,395 new arrivals (972 yesterday). The occupancy rate of beds occupied by coronavirus already stands at 16.91 percent (17.28% yesterday) and in ICUs at 31.70 percent (31.76% yesterday).

In the last seven days, 4,924 people have required hospitalization, 171,130 since the pandemic began in Spain: 958 in Andalusia, 384 in Aragon, 475 in Asturias, 57 in the Balearic Islands, 69 in the Canary Islands, 59 in Cantabria, 116 in Castilla- La Mancha, 782 in Castilla y Le贸n, 280 in Catalonia, 11 in Ceuta, 354 in the Valencian Community, 144 in Extremadura, 344 in Galicia, 284 in Madrid, 19 in Melilla, 292 in Murcia, 175 in Navarra, 25 in the Basque Country and 96 in La Rioja.

In this same period, until 366 people have been admitted to intensive care units (UCI), 14,362 in the global count of the pandemic: 50 in Andalusia, 29 in Aragon, 26 in Asturias, seven in the Balearic Islands, eight in the Canary Islands, four in Cantabria, seven in Castilla-La Mancha, 47 in Castilla y Le贸n, 17 in Catalonia, 25 in the Valencian Community, 14 in Extremadura, 48 in Galicia, ten in Madrid, five in Melilla, 34 in Murcia, 19 in Navarra, six in the Basque Country and ten in La Rioja.

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