The incidence of coronavirus in Spain has dropped to 232.9 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last two weeks, Which is only 1.2% lower than Monday’s data. In this way, the spread of the virus is still close to the “extreme” risk level, but it has been accumulated for more than two months without exceeding it.
The Ministry of Health also reports 7,665 positive and 117 deaths. Most cases are concentrated in Madrid (2,435), Andalusia (1,460), Catalonia (811) and Basque Country (768).
Incidence It adds eight autonomous regions, Although only Aragon (2.9%) has a success rate of more than 2%. The rest are the Balearic Islands (1.96%), Cantabria (1.8%), Valencian Community (1.8%), La Rioja (1.7%), Castile-León (1.3 %), Madrid (0, 5%) and Basque Country (0.4%).
The balance of infections will not change this Tuesday Communities at “extreme” risk levels Due to its high incidence, it is still the Basque Country (529.4), Madrid (395.8), Navarre (363.3), Catalonia (280.3), La Rioja (276.6) and Aragon (273.8). Similarly, Valenciana (42.7) remains the only area at “low” risk.
About hospitalization Reduced the number of patients admitted to ICU and general hospital beds This Tuesday. Currently, 10,205 people are hospitalized in emergency beds (a decrease of 175 from Monday), and 2,331 people are in the intensive care unit (a decrease of 25).
The average pressure in the intensive care unit is 23.1%, again an important comparison. In Madrid (44.3%), the Basque Country (40.4%), Catalonia (37.9%) and La Rioja (37.7%), one third of the hospital beds are occupied by Covid patients. On the other hand, Galicia (5.4%) and Murcia (3.5%) are more favorable.