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Intensive care beds fitted out in hospital operating rooms, libraries and even downtown chapels. And despite that reinforcement (and unrelenting effort) only in Galicia, Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and Murcia They would be saved today from the red “lantern” that colors Europe when there are more than 25% of ICU beds occupied by patients suffering from coronavirus. This according to the official record of the Ministry of Health which updates every day. With these data in hand, the hospitals in six communities and Melilla would already be at extreme risk because have exceeded 40% of ICU beds by Covid. The national average yesterday touched 32%. The epidemiologist Fernando Simón, the … See More.

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