The Ministry of Health has registered this Thursday, with data provided by the autonomous communities, 5,250 new cases of coronavirus, of which 2,404 have been diagnosed in the last 24 hours, compared to 2,346 registered on Wednesday, bringing the total number of people infected with Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic to 3,693,012.
According to the current average incidence of infections in Spain in the last 14 days, the report shows that it has stagnated, standing at 118.29 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the 118.54 reported on Wednesday by the department led by Carolina Darias.
As for those killed by Covid-19, 50 more have been notified, of which 91 have been registered in the last week. This brings the global death toll from coronavirus in Spain to 80,099 people.
At the moment there are 4,298 patients admitted for Covid-19 throughout Spain and 1,205 in an ICU, although in the last 24 hours there have been 432 admissions and 605 registrations. The occupancy rate of beds occupied by coronavirus stands at 3.47 percent and in ICUs at 12.57 percent.
Of the 2,404 people diagnosed with Covid-19 in the last day, 679 have been located in Madrid, although 356 in Andalusia, 157 in Aragon, 56 in Asturias, 26 in the Balearic Islands, 138 in the Canary Islands, 23 in Cantabria, 6 in Castilla-La Mancha, 233 in Castilla y León, 96 in Catalonia, two in Ceuta, 46 in the Valencian Community, 57 in Extremadura, 46 in Galicia, 8 in Melilla, 38 in Murcia, 67 in Navarra, 282 in the Basque Country and 88 in La Rioja.
As for the deaths, Health has already registered 9,927 deaths in Andalusia (20 in the last week); in Aragon 3,511 (one in the last seven days); in Asturias 1,970 (two in the last week); in the Balearic Islands 839 (none in the last seven days); in the Canary Islands 771 (two in one week); in Cantabria 565 (one person in the last seven days); in Castilla-La Mancha 5,925 (six in the last week); and in Castilla y León 6,891 (seven in the last seven days).
What’s more, 14,555 people have died in Catalonia as a result of the coronavirus (three in the last seven days); in Ceuta there have been 115 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic (one person in the last week); in the Valencian Community 7,399 (two in the last seven days); in Extremadura 1,804 (two in one week); in Galicia 2,409 (seven in the last seven days); in Madrid 15,309 (20 in the last seven days); in Melilla 97 (none in the last seven days); in Murcia 1,602 (one person in the last seven days); in Navarra 1,176 (five in the last seven days); in the Basque Country 4,463 (11 in the last seven days); and in La Rioja 771 (none in the last seven days).
On the other hand, en Spain 28,182,345 doses of the vaccines against Covid-19 from Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen, 93.5 percent of those distributed among the autonomous communities, amounting to 30,127,690 units.
The Ministry of Health has provided this information in the activity report of the vaccination process against Covid-19 based on data collected between December 27, the day the vaccinations began, and this Thursday, June 3.
Data from the department headed by Carolina Darias indicate that In that period, 20,223,255 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have been received in Spain, of which 20,207,265 have been delivered, 19,837,481 doses have been administered, 11,393,429 have received one and 8,444,052 both.
Likewise, Spain has received 3,013,500 doses of Moderna’s vaccine, 3,006,200 have already been distributed to the autonomous communities, and 2,580,681 doses have been administered, although 1,833,036 have received one dose and 1,833,036 the two doses.
Regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine, the report published this Tuesday by the Ministry of Health indicates that of the 12,232,200 doses acquired, 5,975,400 have reached Spain, of which 5,247,160 have been administered, albeit 4,976. 676 people have already been inoculated with one dose and 270,484 both.
Finally, they have been delivered to the CCAA 938,825 doses of the vaccine developed against the coronavirus, of which 517,023 have already been administered, counting this vaccine with a single dose.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.